Superior scholarship performance of any student shall be recognized through the publication of the DEAN’S HONOR LIST every semester/summer term.

    1. To qualify for the Dean’s honor list, a student must obtain in any semester/summer term a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.00 and with no grade below 2.5 in any academic subject, including Typing.
    2. Students included in the Dean’s Honor List shall be categorized, as follows:
                                  First Honor – With GPA of 3.50

Second Honor – With GPA of 3.0 – 3.50


         Students who qualify for the Dean’s Honor List are awarded the “Certificate of Academic Proficiency” for every   
         semester/summer term of their qualification to the list.


        The inclusion of a student in the Dean’s Honor List shall be duly noted in his official academic records in the Registrar's


    1. Honors and Awards Committee
        There shall be an Honor and Awards Committee in the School which shall determine at the end of each semester/summer
        term the students who shall be included in the Dean’s Honor List and also those who will graduate with honors, to be
        composed of:


a.      The Vice Dean, as Chairperson

b.      The Registrar, Member

c.       The President of PSBA Faculty Association, Member

d.      The President of two (2) recognized Campus Organization to be designated by the President for a term of one school year, June 1 of one year to May 31, of following year.


    1. Graduation with Honors. On graduation, student who remain in the Dean’s Honor List at least twenty-five (25%) percent of their study in PSBA shall be entitled to graduate with Latin Honors of Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, Cum Laude in accordance with the following cumulative GPA:

Honors                                     Cumulative GPA

Summa Cum Laude                    3.800 or higher

Magna Cum Laude                     3.600 to 3.799

Cum Laude                                3.400 to 3.599


         Grades in subjects taken by a student in other schools before admission in PSBA may be included in the computation of
         the Cumulative GPA for purposes of determining qualifications for graduation with honors, provided such subjects do not
         constitute more than 25% of the total units required for graduation and are in subjects which are creditable for the
         course/degree program in which he is graduating.

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