The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences celebrated the successes of its honour students at a dinner Tuesday.
Acting dean Marcello Guarini said he was “excited” to recognize their accomplishments.
“These students are creating, discovering and leading in ways that are making a significant impact on our campus and in our community,” said Dr. Guarini. “It is rewarding to engage with students who inspire with their commitment, focus and promise.”
Students attain a cumulative average over 86 per cent after completing at least 10 courses in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences to qualify for the honour roll. A total of 139 made the grade in 2015-16.
This year’s celebration also included the last cohort of inter-faculty students, 39 of whom qualified for the honour roll with a cumulative average of 80 per cent or above.