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Finlandia University Summer 2011 Dean's and Honors Students
HANCOCK -Finlandia University is pleased to recognize its students who, in the Summer 2011 semester, earned grade point averages above 3.50. Finlandia University faculty and staff congratulate these students on their academic achievements!
The semester Dean's List recognizes Finlandia University students who, in the Summer 2011 semester, earned 12 or more credits, a semester GPA of 3.75 or above, and no grade below a "C". The following student is on the Summer 2011 Dean's List (Name, GPA, Hometown):
Houghton County, Michigan
Christy E. Hendrickson, 3.871, Hubbell, MI
The Honors List recognizes Finlandia University students who, in the Summer 2011 semester, earned 12 or more credits, a semester GPA of 3.50-3.749, and no grade below a "C". The following student is on the Summer 2011 Honors List (Name, GPA, Hometown):
Oakland County, Michigan
Sara E. Mc Cue, 3.673, Birmingham, MI
Semester academic honors are not granted to students with an incomplete ("I") grade on their transcript that semester.
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Finlandia University, founded in 1896 as Suomi College, is the only private university in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and one of 24 colleges and universities affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It is the only university in North America founded by Finnish immigrants. Located in the Upper Peninsula town of Hancock, Michigan, Finlandia University is a learning community dedicated to academic excellence, spiritual growth, and service. Bachelor and associate degrees are earned by students in two schools and two colleges serving the disciplines of art and design, business, liberal studies, and health sciences. Finlandia student-athletes compete in NCAA Division III sports. Please visit our website at www.finlandia.edu.