Congratulations, Honors Scholars!
The University of Michigan-Dearborn is proud to recognize the 2020 Honors Scholars. For the past thirty-eight years, the University has celebrated the achievements of both undergraduate and graduate students who have excelled academically. The Honors Scholars awards rank among important celebrations of student achievement during the academic year.
Honors Scholars awards are presented to one undergraduate student in each degree program with at least a 3.3 cumulative GPA and a minimum of 90 credit hours earned by the end of fall 2019. Awards are also presented to one graduate student in each degree major, with at least a 3.7 cumulative GPA and a minimum of three-quarters of their program completed by the end of fall 2019. These students, selected by their discipline's faculty, meet other criteria established by the department, school, or college, including contributions to the discipline through research and service such as tutoring, mentoring, and leadership in discipline-based student organizations.
Despite not being able to recognize this year’s Honors Scholars with the traditional celebratory event, we commend each of our 2020 Honors Scholars on their academic excellence and wish them the very best!