The University confers three levels of honors at graduation: Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, and Cum Laude. Eligibility is based upon the University of California cumulative grade point average and completion of at least 72 letter graded quarter units of course work at the University of California.. The determination of the various honors levels is based on a percentage of the graduating class.
Undergraduate Degree Requirements. no more than the top 2 percent shall be eligible for summa cum laude and no more than the next 4 percent for magna cum laude, although minor variations from year to year shall be permitted. The remaining 8 percent are eligible for cum laude. The ranking of students for eligibility for college Honors shall.
Cum laude - 3.725 - 3.851 Magna cum laude - 3.852 - 3.935 Summa cum laude - 3.936 - 4.0. How do I know when I've graduated? When you have officially graduated from the university, evidence of degree completion will be listed on your Academic History (in TritonLink) and on your official final transcript. Your degree status will be listed as.
Information on the special courses of study is published in the UCSD General Catalog. Department Honors will appear on the transcript and diploma for eligible UCSD students. University Honors. Qualified students graduate with a degree awarded cum laude, magna cum laude, or summa cum laude.