Nearly 2,400 Students Named To USI fall 2018 Dean’s List


In recognition of outstanding academic achievement, the Dean’s List has been released for the fall 2018 semester at the University of Southern Indiana. Dr. Mohammed Khayum, provost, reported that 2,396 undergraduates were named to the Dean’s List.

Semester honors are not awarded to master’s degree students or doctoral students.

Undergraduate students must achieve a 3.5 or better grade point average (on a 4.0 system) to be named to the Dean’s List. Students earning no IN (incomplete) or Z (missing) grades for the term, and earning letter grades of computable point value (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory and Pass/No Pass graded courses do not apply) in 12 or more semester hours, with a semester grade point average between 3.5 and 4.0 are named to the list.

The Dean’s List is arranged by state and city, according to the mailing address each student has provided to the University. A student’s name may be listed under Evansville if the student supplied an Evansville mailing address. The Dean’s list may be accessed by clicking the link below.

Fall 2018 Dean’s List

Questions about media distribution of the Dean’s List should be directed to Ben Luttrull, media relations specialist at or at 812-461-5259.



  1. looks a lot like grade inflation. similar to public education at the high school level (so many valedictorians). to many incompetent administrators and overpaid teachers (too many snow days (gag), to many holidays and summers off ). teachers are typically the less competent college students (looking for summers off). they (and their union) are so full of themselves it makes me sad about education in the USA. gotta laugh or you cry.


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