More than 7,900 students at the University of Iowa were named to the dean’s list for the 2023 fall semester.
Guidelines for inclusion on the list are:
- Degree seeking undergraduate students in the Carver College of Medicine, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Education, the College of Engineering, the College of Public Health, the Tippie College of Business, and University College who achieve a grade-point average (GPA) of 3.50 or higher on 12 semester hours or more of UI graded coursework during a given semester or summer session and who have no semester hours of “I” (incomplete) or “O” (no grade reported) during the same semester are recognized by inclusion on the dean’s list for that semester
- Undergraduate students in the Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine may qualify for the dean’s list with fewer than 12 semester hours of graded credit, if deemed appropriate by the college
- College of Nursing students participating in clinical courses who have a total of 12 semester hours of earned credit, with eight semester hours of graded credit with a GPA of 3.50 or higher
Please note that courses graded with a pass/nonpass system are not included in grade-point average calculations or graded semester hour totals, potentially impacting eligibility for the dean’s list.
Students are listed alphabetically by surname in the following Excel file and PDF.
All UI students are assigned a personal Merit page during their first semester on campus. The UI uses Merit to recognize and promote outstanding student achievement, extracurricular activities, and graduation. Students have the ability to customize their Merit page with pictures; downloadable documents; and details about internships, externships, volunteer activities, leadership positions, study abroad experiences, and employment.
Students also have the option to share achievements added to their Merit page on their personal social media channels, such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Achievements posted to Merit pages by the UI are automatically shared with newspapers that serve the student’s hometown and with the counseling officer of the high school from which the student graduated.
To view the UI Merit page, visit uiowa.meritpages.com.