Grades and academic standing | Mount Allison

Grades

In the first week of classes at the beginning of each academic term, instructors will provide students with written information indicating the policy concerning assignments, tests, final examination, practical and laboratory work, class participation, and attendance.

Grades are posted in Connect as they become available after the final exam period in the fall and winter terms.

When will I get my final grades?

Faculty members must submit final grades to the Registrar's Office according to the following deadlines:

Fall Term: Normally before the University closes for the December holiday. With permission of an Academic Dean an extension may be granted to the day before the start of Winter Term classes.

Winter Term: For all students whose names appear on the prospective May graduation list, four calendar days after the last day of the April examination period. For all other students normally 30 April. For non-graduating students, with permission of an Academic Dean an extension may be granted to the day before the start of Spring/Summer Term classes.

For all other courses: Within seven calendar days of the final exam or the submission of final written work for the course.

Letter grades and their meanings
letter grade descriptor gPA Equivalent
A+ Outstanding 4.3
A Excellent 4.0
A- Very good 3.7
B+ Good 3.3
B Good 3.0
B- Good 2.7
C+ Satisfactory 2.3
C Satisfactory 2.0
C- Satisfactory 1.7
D+ Conditional (non-continuing) pass 1.3
D Conditional (non-continuing) pass 1.0
D- Conditional (non-continuing) pass 0.7
F Failure 0.0
transfer credits descriptor GPA equivalent
P Pass, may be used to fulfill prerequisite requirements excluded from the GPA
CP Conditional pass, may not be used to fulfill prerequisite requirements (also used for aegrotat pass) excluded from the GPA
Other notations Descriptor GPA equivalent
AU Audit excluded from the GPA
CIP Course in progress excluded from the GPA
CTN Continuing, full-year course, final grade recorded in second term excluded from the GPA
DE Course results deferred excluded from the GPA
E Exemption from course excluded from the GPA
INC Incomplete 0.0
W Withdrawal from course after course withdrawl deadline, without academic penalty excluded from the GPA
X Withdrawl from the University excluded from the GPA
* Indicates repeated course  

 


Academic standing

Academic standing is determined on the basis of the Session Grade Point Average (SGPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA).

Academic standing is assessed once per year at the end of the winter academic term. It will be assessed for the first time after you have attempted 18 or more credits at Mount Allison.

What is TGPA, SGPA, and CGPA?
Term Grade Point Average (TGPA) Calculated at the end of each term by dividing the total number of grade points obtained during the term (credit hours x grade points) by the number of credit hours attempted per term.
Session Grade Point Average (SGPA) Calculated at the end of the Winter term in each academic session (Spring/Summer, Fall, Winter) by dividing the total number of grade points obtained during the session (credit hours x grade points) by the number of credit hours attempted.
Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) Calculated by dividing the total number of grade points obtained on all courses (credit hours x grade points) by the total number of credit hours attempted.
Good standing

Students remain in Good Standing if they attain a Session Grade Point Average (SGPA) of at least 1.5 and a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 1.5.

  • Students must be in Good Standing and have permission of the University for study abroad programs in which the University participates.
  • Students must be in Good Standing if they wish to apply for a Letter of Permission to take courses at another institution. Exceptions must be approved in writing by the appropriate Academic Dean.

Graduating students who have completed all other degree requirements but whose SGPA would normally place them on Academic Probation will remain in Good Standing if their CGPA remains at least 1.5.

Unsatisfactory standing

Students whose academic performance is such that they fail to achieve Good Standing will be placed on either:

  • academic probation
  • academic suspension
  • academic dismissal

This will be recorded on their transcript.

Students who have been notified that their academic performance is such that they have been placed on academic suspension or academic dismissal may appeal their academic standing.

ACADEMIC PROBATION

Students who have been in Good Standing will be placed on academic probation if they attain:

  • a session grade point average (SGPA) of less than 1.5 or
  • a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of at least 1.0 but less than 1.5

Student on academic probation are not permitted to register for more than the normal course load (15 credits in each fall and winter term, 12 credits in the spring/summer term)

To return in good standing, students must attain:

  • a session grade point average (SGPA) of at least 1.5 during the probationary period or
  • a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of at least 1.5

Student on probation who do not achieve a SPGA of 1.5 will be placed on academic suspension.

ACADEMIC SUSPENSION

Students in Good Standing will be placed on academic suspension if in any academic year they obtain a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of less than 1.0.

Students who are on academic probation will be placed on academic suspension if they obtain a session grade point average (SGPA) of less than 1.5.

Students on academic suspension may not register for any Mount Allison courses nor receive credit at Mount Allison for courses taken elsewhere during the suspension period. Students may apply for re-admission at the end of the period of academic suspension.

The period of academic suspension is one full year; however, the terms of academic suspension are effective until such time as the student applies for and is offered re-admission to the University.

If accepted, students will be re-admitted on academic probation and special conditions may apply.

To seek re-admission following a period of suspension, students must submit:

These must be received by the Registrar's Office at least two months prior to the academic term for which the student is applying for re-admission and, if applying for re-admission to the study term commencing in September, no later than June 15.

ACADEMIC DISMISSAL

Students who incur a second academic suspension are dismissed for three years.

During dismissal, they may not register for any courses offered by Mount Allison, nor receive credit at Mount Allison for courses taken elsewhere during the dismissal period.

Students may apply for re-admission at the end of the period of academic dismissal.

The terms of academic dismissal are effective until such time as the student applies for and is offered re-admission to the University.

To seek re-admission following a period of dismissal, students should complete:

These should be received by the Registrar's Office at least two months prior to the academic term for which the student is applying for re-admission and, if applying for re-admission to the study term commencing in September, no later than June 15.

Students returning after dismissal will be re-admitted on academic probation and special conditions may apply. If they fail to maintain a session GPA of 1.5, they will be refused further registration at Mount Allison.

For students on academic probation

Advice for students on academic probation

Start by understanding the terms of academic probation as outlined in the Academic Calendar — 10.9.15 Academic Probation.

  • The academic advisor can help you calculate the grades you will need to achieve to return to Good Standing.
  • Take the time to learn about the possible consequences if your academic performance does not improve during the probationary period.
  • You cannot appeal a standing of academic probation since you are permitted to return to studies and have been granted time to work on the problems that led to the probation.

This is an opportunity to reflect and focus on areas of development. Students receive low grades for a variety of different reasons:

  • Academic (preparedness for university studies, ineffective study or organizational skills, poor class attendance, course load too heavy, course selections inappropriate, English language difficulty, did not access necessary accommodations)
  • Long-term academic or career goals (unclear direction, lack of motivation or readiness, changing goals, difficulty connecting education to career or personal goals)
  • Personal (transition to university, social adjustment, homesick, family issues or illness in family, personal problems, roommate issues, difficulty balancing time and commitments outside of school)
  • Financial (insufficient funding, financial stress, working too many hours at paid employment, poor budgeting)
  • Health (missed time due to poor health or medical problems, emotional challenges, test anxiety, stress or mental health affected studies) 

You should honestly evaluate the factors that contributed to your academic standing.

This will help you decide on concrete steps to improve your academic performance. The key to academic success is honestly assessing your position and asking for help when you need it.

  • What factors were beyond your control?
  • What was within your control that you could have managed better?
  • Did you seek help for your problems?
  • What can you do differently moving forward?

Make use of academic support services on campus as needed:

  • The Math Help Centre is a drop-in service for those who need assistance in math
  • The Writing Resource Centre can assist with writing in all subject areas
  • Peer tutors can help with course work
  • Help with research skills is available through the Library
  • Studies skills workshops provide instruction on important skills such as note-taking, time-management, and exam prep
  • Contact the academicsupport@mta.ca for more details or additional support
  • The Meighen Centre provides services and accommodations to students with documented disabilities

Familiarize yourself with:

Professors and teaching assistants are great resources. Ask questions if you are struggling in a course, and visit your professor for insights into how to succeed.

Make an academic advising appointment. The advisor can help you understand academic probation regulations and review your academic plan to achieve good standing. Discussion topics may include program options, course selection, course load, and referrals to campus resources.

For students on academic suspension

Advice for students on academic suspension

We recommend that you meet with an academic advisor to clarify regulations regarding your academic standing, and discuss your situation.
 
Take some time to reflect on the circumstances that led to the suspension. This will help you decide how to move forward and take effective action. Were the overriding factors academic, personal, financial or health related? Be honest in your assessment and consider what is within your control to manage more effectively. It may be helpful to review the advice provided for students on academic probation.

If you find yourself placed on academic suspension you have two options to consider.

1) Accept the period of suspension and take a break from your studies

The period of Academic Suspension is one full year. Taking a break from your studies can be a positive thing. It may even improve your academic success in the future. Many students who take the opportunity to put their studies on hold will return to achieve good standing. During this time, you can seek support, attend to personal or family concerns, recover and recuperate, reevaluate your commitments, and assess your priorities.

Here are a few other points to consider:

  • If you were on academic probation prior to the suspension you were warned that you needed to seek assistance, and devise a plan to return to academic success. If you were unable to resolve your problems consider whether enrolling in further courses will lead to considerably more academic jeopardy.
  • Consider your personal goals, and make sure that university is where you want to be. Should your energies be devoted to something else instead? In assessing your commitment to university studies, take the time to evaluate your academic strengths and weaknesses. Reflect on your program choices and review your options in light of your future goals.
  • While away from the University, there are various opportunities you can pursue to help you develop a different perspective to inform your return to studies. Some students choose paid employment to gain new experiences, and save money for tuition and living expenses. This may be significant if you need to work during the academic year and struggle to balance your time.
  • You may also wish to commit to volunteer work, or seek learning experiences outside of the post-secondary context. This allows you to pursue other interests, and build your academic skill level.  Keep in mind, students on Academic Suspension may not receive credit at Mount Allison for courses taken elsewhere during the suspension period.

2) Appeal the academic suspension to be reinstated on academic probation in the upcoming year

Should you decide that it is in your best interest to return to studies immediately you can appeal the academic suspension. The appeal provides you with an opportunity to explain any extenuating circumstances. You can also demonstrate to the committee that you have seriously reflected on your situation, and developed a plan of action.  Consider elaborating on the following as you prepare your letter of appeal:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the factors contributing to your poor academic performance. If possible, provide an explanation for your entire academic record since your suspension may be based on your cumulative GPA (performance across academic sessions).
  • What will you do differently if permitted to return to studies?
  • Have you accessed campus resources to assist with study skills, a (learning) disability, or supports for mental health? What other services or supports do you plan to access if you are readmitted?
  • Are you changing academic direction (switching degrees, choosing a new major program, or refocusing on courses in which you can reasonably expect to succeed)? Have you met with an academic advisor or program advisor to discuss course selection and degree planning?
  • What will help to motivate you and increase the likelihood of academic success?
  • Have any extenuating circumstances been resolved? Are there obstacles you have overcome such that it is likely you will succeed if allowed to continue?
  • If you were on academic probation prior to the suspension you were aware that you were in academic difficulty. Account for why your academic standing did not improve. What aspects of your plan to return to academic success were you able to put into action? What were the challenges? Did new circumstances arise this year that affected your academic performance or were you struggling with the same issues that led to the probationary standing?
  • For many students, the transition to university is not a smooth experience. If this is the end of your first year, reflect on whether you put in the time and effort necessary to be successful in university. Were you able to find a balance with other commitments? Did you regularly attend class and keep up with readings and assignments? Can you commit to working harder with greater focus next year? Do you need to develop your academic skills? Did you struggle adjusting to student life on campus?
 
Academic appeal of suspension or dismissal

Students who have been notified that they are on academic suspension or dismissal can appeal their academic standing.

They should submit the academic standing appeal form (only available during the appeal period) outlining clearly and thoroughly the reasons for their poor academic performance and why they are ready to return to their studies.

The form must be submitted to the registrar’s office by the mid-June deadline indicated on their letter of notification.

Academic Standing Appeal Forms will be reviewed by the admissions and re-admissions committee. Students will be notified of the committee's decision by the end of June.

If the committee turns down the appeal, the student will be informed how they can further appeal the decision to the re-admissions appeal committee whose decision is final.

Academic standing FAQ

Please refer to academic calendar section 10.9 for more information on student performance evaluations.

How do I know if I am in good academic standing?   

You are in good academic standing if you have a SGPA and CGPA of at least 1.5. You can view your academic standing in your Connect@MTA account by selecting 'My Profile' under the 'Academic Profile' heading.

Why is academic standing important?   

You must be in good academic standing to be considered for study abroad and exchange programs, to apply for a letter of permission (LOP) to take a course at another university, and to apply to overload.

Students who are not in good academic standing also risk being placed on academic probation, suspension, or dismissal.

How will I be informed if I am not in good academic standing?    

At the end of each term, an academic performance indicator is recorded in Connect as either “satisfactory”  or “unsatisfactory” (TGPA of 1.5 or less). This is not recorded on your transcript but allows you to track your performance and seek academic advising if needed.

Academic standing is assessed each year at the end of the Winter term. Students will be notified by email when academic standings have been updated and are made available in Connect@MTA. Students placed on academic suspension or dismissal will be notified in a letter from the chair of the admissions and re-admissions committee. This letter will include information on how to appeal the academic standing. Letters are mailed to the summer address on file for the student and should be received by late May. The letter will also be sent by email.

What happens if I am placed on academic probation?   

Students on academic probation cannot register for more than the normal course load (15 credits in each of the fall and winter terms; 12 credits in the spring/summer term.) Students on probation cannot take courses on letter of permission. They will return to good academic standing if their SGPA at the end of the probationary period is at least 1.5 and their CGPA is at least 1.5.

What happens if I am placed on academic suspension or dismissal? 

Students will be placed on academic suspension if in any academic year their CGPA is less than 1.0. If a student is already on probation, they will be placed on suspension if their SGPA is less than 1.5.  The period of suspension is one year. Students cannot take courses at Mount Allison or receive credit at Mount Allison for courses taken somewhere else while suspended. At the end of the year, the student can apply for re-admission. 

Students who are placed on academic suspension for a second time will be dismissed from the University for a period of three years. Students cannot take courses at Mount Allison or receive credit at Mount Allison for courses taken somewhere else while dismissed. At the end of the dismissal, the student can apply for re-admission.

Can I continue with my spring term courses if I am placed on academic suspension, or dismissal?

Yes, you are permitted to remain registered in your spring term courses at Mount Allison. Results will be factored into cumulative credits attempted, completed, and CGPA. The grades from these courses will not affect the assessment of your standing from the previous academic session. Students who have a letter of permission to take a course at another institution during the spring term should note that approval was granted on the condition that you achieved good standing at the end of the winter term. The letter of permission is no longer valid if you did not achieve good standing.

How do I improve my Cumulative GPA (CGPA)? 

One of the best ways to improve your CGPA is to repeat any Mount Allison courses that you failed or for which you earned low grades. Only the higher grade is factored into your CGPA when you successfully repeat a course through Mount Allison. All course work completed at another institution is excluded from your Mount Allison GPA. In the event that a course is repeated by transfer credit, the transfer credit is excluded from cumulative grade point average calculations, but the failed attempt(s) that the transfer credit replaces will also be excluded from the cumulative grade point average calculations.

For the most up-to-date information, see our Academic Calendar — 10.9 Evaluations of Student Performance.


Dean's list

Recognizing excellent academic performance

Dean's List standing is assessed once per year after grades have been submitted at the end of the Winter term.

Deans' List 2021-22
 

                         DEANS’ LIST  2021-2022

 
 

Aalders

Celina

BA.POLS

 

Abdel Karim

Hamza

BSC.BIOC

 

Acker

Issac

BSC.BIOL

 

Acton

Christina

BA.MUSC

 

Adsett

Sarah

BA.FINA

 

Ahmadvand

Emily

BA.MLLC

 

Ahmed

Jehan Asif

BSC.AVIA

 

Ahmed

Shafnan

BSC.UNKN

 

Ahmed

Syed

BSC.BIOC

 

Akerley

Gabriele

BCM.GENL, BA.PSYC

 

Alexander

Lilian

BMU.GENL

 

Allain

Dominique

BSC.UNKN

 

Allen

MacKenzie

BSC.BIOL

 

Allen

Sydney

BSC.ENVR

 

Altenkirk

Tanner

BSC.MATH

 

Alvarez

Rebekah

BA.MLLC

 

Andrews

Bailey

BA.SOCI

 

Angmo

Jigmet

BA.UNKN

 

Ansems

Kaitlin

BSC.BIOL

 

Archibald

David

BMU.GENL

 

Ardito Lebo

Isabel

BFA.GENL

 

Arseneau

Anthony

BSC.COMP

 

Ashfield

Kathryn

BA. ENGL.

 

Ashfield

Lauren

BSC.BIOL

 

Atto

Heidi

BSC.UNKN

 

Aurora

Julia

BA.COMM

 

Aylward

Meg

BA.HIST

 

Bacon

Joshua

BSC.COMP

 

Baker

Mihya

BSC.PSYC

 

Baldwin

Isaiah

BSC. BIOC

 

Barkley

Kaitlyn

BSC.PSYC

 

Barnable

Keeley

BSC. BIOL

 

Barnes

Mitchell

BSC.AVIA

 

Barr

Peter

BSC.ENVR

 

Barrett

Khandra

BSC.CHEM

 

Batchilder

Oliver

BA.PHPE

 

Batten

Noah

BMU.GENL

 

Beaton

Layla

BA.UNKN

 

Beattie

Kelly

BSC.PSYC

 

Belanger

Jaden

BCM.GENL

 

Bell

Annika

BA.VMCS

 

Bell

Kennedy

BSC.PSYC

 

Belliveau

Janelle

BSC.BIOL

 

Bennett

John-Carl

BA.CLAS

 

Bernard-Docker

Island

BSC.BIOL

 

Bernier

Anna

BA.ENVR

 

Bierlaire

Alexia

BSC.COGS

 

Binns

Rachel

BA.PSYC

 

Bird

Kristen

BA.ENVR

 

Bishop

Isabelle

BA.PSYC

 

Black

Erin

BA.SOCI

 

Black

Taylor

BCM.GENL

 

Blair

Jenna

BSC.BIOL

 

Bobbitt

Mark

BSC.BIOL

 

Bocklandt

Elin

BA.UNKN

 

Bonnell

Benjamin

BA.CANA

 

Boudreau

Makayla

BSC.PSYC

 

Bowes

Shannon

BSC.PHYS

 

Bowlan

Kaitlyn

BA.PSYC

 

Bradbury

Laura

BA.INLR

 

Brahmi

Hichem

BA.ECON

 

Branch

Erin

BSC.MATH

 

Branch

Maika-Evelyn

BA.ENGL

 

Bremner

Matthew

BSC.CHEM

 

Briggs

Eva

BSC.UNKN

 

Broadbent

Benjamin

BA.FREN

 

Brooks

Janie

BSC.BIOL

 

Brooks

Philip

BCM.GENL

 

Brousseau

Benjamin

BSC.UNKN

 

Brown

Kate

SPL.GR

 

Brown

Zachary

BSC.BIOL

 

Bruening

Vincent

BSC.PHYS

 

Buckley

Lydia

BSC.BIOL

 

Budd

Ryan

BSC.BIOL

 

Buffett

Tedi

BA.UNKN

 

Bujold

Samuel

BSC.BIOL

 

Bunin

Acadia

BA.PSYC

 

Burke

Charlotte

BSC.BIOC

 

Bush

Madeleine

BSC.BIOL

 

Butler

Abbie

BA.PSYC

 

Button

Thea

BA.PSYC

 

Cabot

Michaela

BMU.GENL

 

Calder

Emily

BSC.PSYC

 

Cameron

Adrie

BSC.PSYC

 

Cameron

Emma

BA.MUSC

 

Campbell

Jenna

BA.COMM

 

Campbell

Katherine

BSC.BIOL

 

Campbell

Madeline

BA.CLAS

 

Campbell

Megan

BSC.BIOC

 

Canseco

Lucia

BA.ENGL

 

Carmichael-Keenan

Abby

BSC.BIOC

 

Caron

Daniel

BC0M.AVIA

 

Carson

Rachael

BSC.PSYC

 

Casher

Tess

BA.ENGL

 

Champagne

Gabriel

BSC.MATH

 

Chapman

Alexandra

BA.COMM

 

Chapman

William

BSC.ENVR

 

Chatha

Tayyab Nasir

BA.COMM

 

Chen

Naikang

BA.ECON

 

Chiasson

Josue

BSC.BIOL

 

Christ-Rowling

Abigail

BA.ENVR

 

Christie

Georgia

BSC.ENVR

 

Christison

Ella

BFA.GENL

 

Christjansen

Mathilde

BSC.BIOL

 

Chun

Suhjung

BSC.CHEM

 

Chun

Sungmin

BCM.ECON

 

Clancey

Fiona

BA.MUSC

 

Clancy

Jenna

BSC.PSYC

 

Clark

Jordyn

BA.PSYC

 

Cockerill

Courtney

BSC.AVIA

 

Cogswell

James

BSC.ENVR

 

Coleman

Lisa

BSC.BIOL

 

Collins

Gillian

BSC.PSYC

 

Comfort

Natalie

BA.MLLC

 

Connors

Emma

BA.FINA

 

Conte

Malik

BSC.PSYC

 

Cook

Noelle

BA.ENGL

 

Cooling

Emily

BSC.PSYC

 

Cooper

Abigail

BA.ENGL

 

Cormier

Joshua

BCM.RELG

 

Cormier

Tanner

BSC. BIOL

 

Cormier-Duplessis

Jacqueline

BA.PSYC

 

Crawford

Sean

BA.ECON

 

Crepaldi

Matheus

BCM.GENL

 

Crocker

Amy

BA.FINA

 

Croft

Samantha

BSC. BIOL

 

Crosby

Brianna

BSC. BIOL

 

Crosby

Paige

BA.FINA

 

Crossman

Anna

BSC.BIOL

 

Crouse

Hannah

BA.SOC

 

Cunningham

Ainsley

BA.INLR

 

Dagenais

Gabrielle

BA.INLR

 

Daigle

Colin

SPL.GR

 

Daigle-Gallant

Justin

BA.ECON

 

Daley

Abigail

BSC.PSYC

 

Dang

Duc Tri

BSC.COMP

 

Danyk

Kathryn

BSC.BIOL

 

Davison

Luke

BSC.COGS

 

De Barros Guiguer

Maria Luiza

BA.INLR

 

Delaney

Reid

BA.GEOG

 

Desmond

Kathleen

BMU.GENL

 

Desroches

Kate

BA.ENVR

 

Dessureault

Julie

BSC.BIOL

 

Dessureault

Sarah

BSC.CHEM

 

DiAdams

Megan

BSC.COMP

 

Diceman

Christine

BSC.BIOC

 

Dickson

Danielle

BSC.PSYC

 

Dixon

Toni-Anne

BSC. BIOC

 

Dolan

Liam

BA.COMM

 

Donaldson

Mira

BSC.COGS

 

Donnelly

Conal

BCM.GENL

 

Downey

Jillian

BSC.CHEM

 

Driscoll-Sangster

Mary

BSC.PSYC

 

Dueck

Cailin

BA.ECON

 

Duggan

Ryan

BSC.PSYC

 

Dupuis

Matthew

BSC.CHEM

 

Dupuis

Melanie

BA.MUSC

 

Duverne

Djuvency

BCM.GENL

 

Dyck

Keira

BSC.PSYC

 

Dylgjeri

Anxhela

BCM.GENL

 

Dysart

Molly

BA.DRAM

 

El

Nir

BSC.BIOC

 

Elliott

Beckett

BA.INLR

 

Enechi

Thelma

BA.ECON

 

England

Emily

BSC.CHEM

 

Ernst

Meaghan

BSC.BIOL

 

Escoffery

Emily

BA.PSYC

 

Estabrooks

Jack

BA.COMM

 

Estabrooks

Katherine

BSC.PSYC

 

Etheridge

Emma

BA.SOCI

 

Euler

Zarah

BSC.BIOC

 

Farion

Nell

BSC.PSYC

 

Farooqi

Yahya

BSC.BIOL

 

Farrell

Elizabeth

BFA.GENL

 

Farrell

Jacob

BCM.GENL

 

Farrell

Lauren

BSC.MATH

 

Feasby

Katie

BA.UNKN

 

Feeney

Nora

BCM.GENL

 

Finnigan-MacEachern

Keagan

BSC.AVIA

 

Fitzgerald

Julia

BSC.COMP

 

Flann

Abigail

BA.ENGL

 

Fogarty

Marie

BSC.PSYC

 

Folker

Luke

BSC.MATH

 

Forest

Emily

BMU.GENL

 

Forsythe

Brock

BSC.BIOL

 

Forsythe

Grace

BFA.GENL

 

Foster

Caleb

BA.PHPE

 

Franklin Smith

Eyani

BA.COMM

 

Fraser

Cole

BA.FINA

 

Fraser

Islay

BA.ENGL

 

Fraser

Sophia

BSC.BIOC

 

Fraser

Tori

BA.HIST

 

French

Catherine

BA.COMM

 

Frenette

Cassidy

BA.PSYC

 

Friars

Ryan

BCM.GENL

 

Frias

Jessica

BA.PSYC

 

Friesen

Isabelle

BA.PSYC

 

From

Mary

BSC.BIOL

 

Gagne

Charles

BMU.GENL

 

Gallant

Caitlin

BFA.GENL

 

Gallant

Isabella

BA.PSYC

 

Gamble

Sophie

BSC.ENVR

 

Garmendia Amoros

Irene

BCM.GENL

 

Garrett

Sarah

BSC.CHEM

 

Gaudet

Madisson

BA.PSYC

 

Gazzano

Aude

BA.WGST

 

Gibbons

Hunter

BA.COMM

 

Gibbons

Storm

BA.PSYC

 

Giese

Sophie

BA.CLAS

 

Gildea

Anne

BA.RELG

 

Gilliss

Alexandria

BFA.GENL

 

Girouard

Nicholas

BA.COMM

 

Gogan

Abigail

BSC.MATH

 

Gombar

Hannah

BSC.BIOL

 

Gonzalez Molina

Diego

BA.PHPE

 

Gordon

Anna

BSC.MATH

 

Gosai

Shruti

BA.PHIL,ENGL

 

Grabe

Mollie

BSC.UNKN

 

Graham

Daisy

BA.FINA

 

Graham

Emma

BA.FREN

 

Grant

Margaret

BA.MLLC

 

Gray

Carson

BCM.AVIA

 

Gray

Lauren

BSC.BIOL

 

Greatorex

Madison

BSC.CHEM

 

Green

Erin

BSC.PSYC

 

Green

Jenna

BA.CANA

 

Grelowski

Jacob

BSC.BIOL

 

Groomes

Aura-Lynn

BA.SOCI

 

Grossman

Logan

BSC.PSYC

 

Guenther

Josiah

BA.PSYC

 

Guerrero

Mari

BSC.CHEM

 

Hache

Charlotte

BSC.BIOC

 

Hack-Polay

Alexander

BSC.BIOL

 

Haidar

Dominic

BSC.AVIA

 

Haidari

Zohal

BA.INLR

 

Hamilton

Anna

BA.FINH

 

Hamilton

Ashley

BA.ENGL

 

Han

Yide

BCM.GENL

 

Handelsman

Leor

BA.PSYC

 

Hann

Noah

BSC.PSYC

 

Hansen

Elise

BSC.BIOC

 

Hansen

Olivia

BSC.BIOC

 

Harrison

Jaydan

BA.POLS

 

Hart

Michael

BSC.BIOL

 

Hart

Olivia

BA.PHPE

 

Hartley

Olivia

BSC.BIOL

 

Hatfield

Ellen

BA.ENGL

 

Hawkes

Hannah

BA.COMM

 

Hayat

Ahmad

BSC.BIOL

 

Hearn

Brooklyn

BSC.BIOC

 

Hebert

Benjamin

BA.HIST

 

Henman

Brent

BSC.AVIA

 

Henman

William

BSC.PHYS

 

Hennessey

Moriah

BSC.BIOC

 

Henri

Grace

BA.PYSC

 

Henry

Julia

BCM.GENL

 

Hess

Andrew

BSC.PHYS

 

Hicks

Kathryn

BA.PSYC

 

Himmelman

Drew

BA.COMM

 

Hinchcliffe

Avery

BSC.PSYC

 

Hiramoto

Ryu

BA.MUSC

 

Hisey

Jacqueline

BA.COMM

 

Ho

Thu

BFA.GENL

 

Hogan

Katelyn

BA.SOCI

 

Holt

Rachel

BA.HIST

 

Hood

Lindsey

BSC.BIOC

 

Houlihan

Dylan

BA.COMM

 

Hubbert

Laura

BSC.UNKN

 

Huberg

Ryan

BA.PSYC

 

Hunt

Nevis

BCM.AVIA

 

Hunter

Matthew

BCM.GENL

 

Hunter

Zoe

BA.ENGL

 

Hussey-Taillon

Angus

BA.ENGL

 

Inness

Bronwyn

BSC.PSYC

 

Ipe

Paul

BSC.BIOC

 

Iqelan

Anas

BSC.CHEM

 

Isenor

Bradley

BSC.CHEM

 

Jackson

Emily

BSC.ENVR

 

Jackson

Lindsay

BA.POLS

 

Jardine

Sophie

BSC.UNKN

 

Jarron

Samantha

BSC.BIOL.HON

 

Jeddore

Jolie

BFA.GENL

 

Johnson

Emily

BSC.CHEM

 

Johnson

Lee

BFA.GENL

 

Johnson

Lilly

BSC.PSYC

 

Jollimore

Danica

BMU.GENL

 

Joudrey

Olivia

BSC.BIOC

 

Kalia

Aditaya

BSC.BIOC

 

Kamtchatnova

Lisa

BSC.BIOL

 

Kastner

Alexa

BCM.GENL

 

Kaufmann

Julia

BSC.PSYC

 

Kaur

Gurpreet

BSC.BIOC

 

Kavanaugh

Joelle

BSC.PSYC

 

Keith

Oliver

BA.PHPE

 

Keller

Spencer

BSC.MATH,PHYS

 

Kelly

Byron

BA.SOCI

 

Kelson

Abagael

BSC.PSYC

 

Kennedy

Madelyn

BA.POLS

 

Kerr

Annika

BA.POLS

 

Kerr

Maggie

BSC.PHYS

 

Khan

Bilal

BSC.BIOL

 

Khandwaha

Aakanksha

BSC.BIOC

 

Khimani

Darshan Dineshbhai

BSC.AVIA

 

Kilpatrick

Molly

BA.PSYC

 

Kimball

Nathan

BSC.COMP

 

King

Renee

BA.ENGL

 

Kinney

Sarah

BFA.GENL

 

Kinoshita

Kaden

BCM.AVIA

 

Kleinknecht

Claire

BSC.BIOL

 

Krueger

Astrid

BA.INLR

 

Kruger

Dylan

BSC.UNKN

 

La

Nghi

BSC.CHEM

 

Lacroix

Pascale

BSC.PSYC

 

Lafford

Jeffrey

BA.COMM

 

LaHay

Megan

BSC.BIOC

 

Lamrock

Abby

BSC.BIOL

 

Lander

Cayne

BA.POLS

 

Landry

Hannah

BSC.PSYC

 

Landry

Jessica

BA.PSYC

 

Landry

Sophie

BSC.PSYC

 

Langille

Breagh

BSC.UNKN

 

Lapointe

Devin

BA.PSYC

 

Laureijs

Christelinda

BSC.BIOL

 

Laureijs

Lance

BSC.COMP

 

Lautenschlager

Anne

BA.ENGL

 

Lavergne

Sarah

BA.POLS

 

Lavigne

Kianna

BSC.AVIA

 

Lawrence

Sophia

BFA.GENL

 

Layman

Olivia

BA.PSYC

 

Lea

Micah

BSC.BIOL

 

Leal

Ashton

BSC.UNKN

 

Leblanc

Annie

BSC.BIOL

 

Leblanc

Annie

BA.ENGL

 

LeBlanc

Jaclyn

BSC.BIOL

 

Leblanc

Jennifer

BCM.GENL

 

Leblanc

Sylvie

BA.MLLC

 

Lee

Adam

BA.ENGL

 

Lee

Annissa

BSC.BIOC

 

Lee

John

BSC.CHEM

 

Lee

Meg

BA.ENGL

 

Leech

Grace

BSC.CHEM

 

Leeco

Hanna

BA.PSYC

 

Leger

Abbygail

BA.MATH

 

Leger

Zoe

BSC.CHEM

 

Legere

Emma

BSC.BIOL

 

Leslie

Kate

BSC.CHEM

 

Leslie

Sara

BSC.BIOL

 

Levesque

Hana Bee

BA.PSYC

 

Levesque

Samuel

BSC.BIOC

 

Lindensmith

Zoe

BSC.BIOC

 

Lint

William

BA.POLS

 

Lirette

Isabella

BA.ENGL

 

Livesey

Nora

BA.FINH

 

Lobo

Lestyn

BSC.AVIA

 

Logelin

Madeleine

BSC.PSYC

 

Loker

Heidi-Lyn

BSC.UNKN

 

Long

Cassidy

BA.ENGL

 

Loubert

Alyssa

BSC.BIOC

 

Lowe

Clare

BMU.GENL

 

Lundrigan

Chloe

BFA.GENL

 

Lycett

Jensen

BSC.CHEM

 

Lynch

Lucas

BSC.BIOC

 

Lynch

Morgan

BMU.GENL, BA.FREN

 

MacDonald

Madeleine

BSC.BIOL

 

MacDonald

Mitchell

BSC.MATH

 

Macdonald

Monyca

BSC.BIOC

 

MacEachern

Sara

BSC.PSYC

 

MacInnis

Ally

BSC.ENVR

 

MacIntosh

Grace

BSC.BIOL

 

MacIntosh

Hannah

BSC.BIOL

 

MacKay

Ella

BA.FINA

 

MacKay-Barr

Evelyn

BSC.BIOC

 

MacKenzie

Emma

BSC.PHYS

 

MacKinnon

Malcolm

BSC.UNKN

 

MacLean

Duncan

BSC.MATH

 

MacLellan

Brooke

BSC.UNKN

 

MacLellan

MacKenzie

BSC.CHEM

 

MacMillan

Jonathon

BSC.BIOC

 

MacPhee

Jacob

BSC.UNKN

 

Madani

Nelly

BSC.PHYS

 

Mantrom

Chloe

BA.FINA

 

Manuel

Anna

BSC.PSYC

 

Martel

Annie

BA.ENVR

 

Martin

Autumn

BFA.GENL

 

Martin

Brook

BA.FINA

 

Martin

Christina

BA.ENGL

 

Matchett

Isabella

BA.SOCI

 

Matchett

Paige

BSC.PSYC

 

Matharu

Henna

BSC.BIOL

 

Mazurkewich

Brooke

BA.INLR

 

McCardle

Isaac

BSC.BIOC

 

McCarthy

Olivia

BA.FINA

 

McCarvell

Victoria

BSC.BIOC

 

McClelland

Craig

BA.PSYC

 

McCollum

Chloe

BFA.GENL

 

McCormick

Alexia

BSC.BIOL

 

McDonough

Marilyn

BFA.GENL

 

McGaw

Samuel

BSC.BIOC

 

McGrath

Reade

BA.MUSC

 

McKeag

Ailis

BSC.BIOL

 

McLaughlin

Kenneth

BSC.BIOC

 

McLean

Sara

BSC.PSYC

 

McMackin

Daytona

BSC.BIOL

 

McNeill

Elizabeth

BA.INLR

 

McSweeney

Kate

BA.VMCS

 

Meisner

Paige

BA.POLS

 

Melanson

Caleb

BSC.BIOL

 

Mersereau

Benjamin

BA.PSYC

 

Mhagama

Suzan

BSC.ENVR

 

Michaud

Christine

BA.ENGL

 

Middleton

Abigail

BA.INLR

 

Miller

Jenna

BCM.GENL

 

Milson

Timothy

BSC.BIOL

 

Minocha-Mckenney

Rajan

BSC.UNKN

 

Minocha-McKenney

Rohin

BSC.BIOL

 

Mitchell

Abigail

BSC.COGS

 

Mitchell

Amelia

BSC.BIOL

 

Mitchell

Emily

BCM.GENL

 

Mittal

Dhruti

BA.COMM

 

Mittal

Khyati

BSC.BIOC

 

Mittal

Suchet

BA.PHPE

 

Moradi

Paniz

BSC.BIOL

 

Morrison

Alexandra

BSC.UNKN

 

Morrison

Danae

BA.DRAM

 

Mourdoukoutas

Alexandra

BA.GENL

 

Munroe

Jonas

BSC.UNKN

 

Nagy

Nicholas

BSC.COMP

 

Nay

Alexander

BA.POLS

 

Nayaju

Nimesh

BSC.COMP,MATH

 

Nelson

Tannis

BSC.BIOL

 

Newman

Lucy

BCM.GENL

 

Ngo

Sophie

BSC.CHEM

 

Nguyen

Anh Hong Son

BSC.BIOC

 

Nguyen

Ca

BSC.BIOC

 

Nicholson

Avery

BA.PSYC

 

Nicholson

Ethan

BSC.BIOL

 

Nicolle

Rebecca

BA.ENGL

 

Nixon

Riley

BA.COMM

 

Nobes

Eliza

BA.PSYC

 

Nolan

Michael

BA.PHPE

 

Nuyens

Alexandra

BSC.BIOL

 

O'Neil

Phyllis

BSC.BIOC

 

O'Quinn

Adrianna

BA.PSYC

 

Oke

Andrea

BSC.PSYC

 

Ono

Yusuke

BA.PSYC,ECON

 

Ordinelli

Peter

BA.POLS

 

Oremush

Riley

BSC.BIOL

 

Ouellette

Jasmine

BSC.PHYS

 

Owens

Nasya

BFA.GENL

 

Palmer

Julia

BA.ENGL

 

Pamenter

Calum

BA.UNKN

 

Pannozzo-Oddy

Jasmine

BSC.BIOL

 

Panthier

Kaya

BFA.GENL

 

Paquette

Sam

BA.INLR

 

Pardy

Georgia

BSC.UNKN

 

Park

Minwoo

BSC.PSYC

 

Park

Sun Min

BSC.BIOL

 

Parker

Ashley

BA.COMM

 

Partington

Lindsey

BSC.BIOL

 

Patrell

Sophia

BA.FINH

 

Paul

Laura

BSC.COGS

 

Peabody

William

BSC.BIOL

 

Peel

Connor

BSC.PSYC

 

Pellerin

Kayleigh

BSC.BIOL

 

Penny

Samantha

BA.ENGL

 

Pestrin

Eva

BFA.GENL

 

Pham

Quynh Anh

BCM.GENL

 

Philbrick

Meagan

BA.FINA

 

Piche

Paige

BA.CLAS

 

Pichon

Emilie

SPL.GR

 

Piers

James

BA.POLS

 

Pierson

Samuel

BSC.CHEM

 

Pike

Lindsey

BMU.GENL

 

Piltzmaker

Amanda

BA.PSYC

 

Pipes

Logan

BSC.MATH

 

Pitre

Haley

BA.PHPE

 

Pitre

Martha

BA.PHPE

 

Plourde

Jeremie

BSC.AVIA

 

Pomeroy

William

BSC.AVIA

 

Ponton-Arndt

Carlos

BSC.UNKN

 

Poole

Lucy

BA.ECON

 

Porter

Amanda

BA.MATH

 

Postuma

Alicia

BSC.PHYS

 

Power

Hugo

BCM.GENL

 

Price

Rachel

BCM.AVIA

 

Priemer

Catherine

BA.GEOG

 

Putney

Ross

BA.PHIL

 

Rae

Lucy

BA.CANA

 

Rafuse

Carson

BA.COMM

 

Ramsey-Brimberg

Bronwen

BFA.GENL

 

Rankin

Bryn

BSC.PHYS

 

Raymond

Patrelia

BSC.CHEM

 

Remington

Grace

BA.PSYC

 

Richard

Jacob

BA.COMP

 

Richardson

Ian

BA.INLR

 

Rideout

Andrew

BSC.BIOC

 

Ripley

Jada

BSC.BIOL

 

Ritchie

Olivia

BSC.UNKN

 

Robben

Alex

BA.HIST

 

Roberts

Brady

BSC.AVIA

 

Roberts

Cameron

BSC.AVIA

 

Roberts

Charlotte

BA.INLR

 

Robertson

Hannah

BSC.PSYC

 

Robichaud

Nathan

BA.COMM,ECON

 

Robinson

Elia

BFA.GENL

 

Rodney

Lucas

BSC.MATH

 

Ross

Declan

BSC.ENVR

 

Ross

Kelsey

BA.HIST

 

Roy-Loar

Denise

BSC.PSYC

 

Rushton

Emily

BSC.BIOL

 

Salabarria

Vincent

BA.PSYC

 

Sallaj

Lauren

BCM.GENL

 

Saulnier

Hannah

BA.PSYC

 

Saulnier-Eagles

Emily

BA.PSYC

 

Savoie

Hannah

BA.COMM

 

Schaus

Jasmine

BSC.UNKN

 

Schenkels

Kassia

BSC.PHYS

 

Scott

Andrianna

BSC.PHYS

 

Scott

MacKenzie

BSC.BIOL

 

Scott

Spencer

BSC.BIOC

 

Scott

Tara

BA.POLS

 

Scullion

Julia

BSC.PSYC

 

Searle

Olivia

BFA.GENL

 

Serrano

Charmaine Joy

BSC.BIOL

 

Sevcik

Radka

BSC.BIOL

 

Sharpe

Crystal

BA.COGS

 

Shaw

Lauren

BSC.PSYC

 

Sheinin

Elka

BSC.PSYC

 

Shin

Kevin

BSC.AVIA

 

Shringarpure

Sailee

BSC.PSYC

 

Simmons

Robyne

BSC.BIOL

 

Simpson

Lili

BFA.GENL

 

Sinclair

Annika

BA.FINA

 

Skelly

Ainsley

BA.CANA

 

Skinner

Laura

BA.INLR

 

Smith

Adrienne

BA.COMM

 

Smith

Lauren

BSC.MATH

 

Smyth

Julia

BSC.BIOL

 

Snow

Brittany

BA.SOCI

 

Sohail

Muhammad Tayyab

BSC.PSYC

 

Sokyrka

Rachel

BSC.BIOL

 

Solomon

Amber

BA.SOCI

 

Song

Young in

BSC.PSYC

 

Spoonheim

Frederick

BA.POLS

 

Srinivasan

Padmapriya

BSC.CHEM

 

Stack

Hailey

BSC.CHEM

 

Stanley-Blackwell

Ruthie

BA.PSYC

 

Stapleton

Grace

BSC.BIOC

 

Steadman

Danielle

BSC.PSYC

 

Steele

Kiran

BMU.GENL

 

Steeves

Aidan

BA.PSYC

 

Steinberg

Bex

BFA.GENL

 

Stepaniak

Isaac

BMU.GENL

 

Stephens

Keeghan

BSC.BIOL

 

Stevens

Graeme

BA.POLS

 

Stevenson

Joshua

BA.PHPE

 

Stewart

Katherine

BSC.BIOL

 

Stewart

Natalie

BSC.MATH

 

Stewart

Teagan

BFA.GENL

 

Stobart

Phoebe

BSC.BIPS

 

Strickland

Kayli

BSC.BIOL

 

Strong

Caitlin

BA.MUSC

 

Stubbert

Julia

BSC.PSYC

 

Suh

Gawon

BSC.BIOL

 

Summerby

Mary

BA.HIST

 

Swart

Lara

BSC.BIOL

 

Takai

Rin

BSC.CHEM

 

Tan

Michelle

BA.ENVR

 

Tardif

Sarah

BA.ENGL

 

Thompson

Alexia

BA.UNKN

 

Thompson

Amy

BSC.PSYC

 

Thorne

Rachel

BA.HIST,SOCI

 

Tingman

Hayley

BA.ENGL

 

Tran

Linh San

BA.ENVR

 

Travers

Manny

BA.FINA

 

Tremblay d'Ettorre

Jasmine

BA.PHPE

 

Tsaltas

Sophie

BSC.CHEM

 

Tuddenham

Mackenzie

BA.PSYC

 

Urdang

Sara

BSC.PSYC

 

Valeriote

Chase-Soleil

BA.PHPE

 

Vandenberg

Elias

BSC.MATH

 

Vautour

Jasmine

BA.FINA

 

Viola

Chloe

BCM.AVIA

 

Vo

Nhan

BCM.GENL

 

Vogels

Emma

BCM.GENL

 

Vogels

Justin

BCM.GENL

 

Wadden

Rachel

BA.ENGL

 

Wagg

Kenadie

BSC.BIOL

 

Wagner

Courtney

BA.FINA

 

Walker

Alysha

BCM.GENL

 

Walker

Hayden

BSC.COMP

 

Walker-Sherman

Jonah

BA.PSYC,PHIL

 

Ward

Jaden

BFA.GENL

 

Warkentin

Malcolm

BSC.ENVR

 

Warman

Mackenzie

BSC.BIOL

 

Warren

Tegan

BSC.COGS

 

Warwick

Bethany

BSC.PSYC

 

Watson

Gordon

BSC.BIOC

 

Waugh

Ava

BA.INLR

 

Webb-Mueller

Emma

BA.PSYC

 

Webber

Isabelle

BFA.GENL

 

Webber

Sarah

BSC.BIOL

 

Webster

Julia

BA.UNKN

 

Weiland

Jessica

BA.SOCI

 

Weldon

Kate

BSC.UNKN

 

Whidden

Samuel

BSC.CHEM

 

White

Ashley

BA.ENGL

 

Whiteway

Rebecca

BFA.GENL

 

Wilbur

Claire

BSC.UNKN

 

Wilkie

Megan

BA.PSYC

 

Williams

Annika

BMU.GENL

 

Williams

Jordyn

BSC.BIOL

 

Williams

Maya

BSC.BIOL

 

Wilson

Alyssa

BSC.UNKN

 

Wilson

Craig

BCM.ECON

 

Wojick

Justin

BSC.PSYC

 

Wood

Jillian

BSC.CHEM

 

Wood

Truman

BSC.BIOL

 

Woodin

Jocelyne

BA.ENGL

 

Wormington

MacArtney

BSC.ENVR

 

Wry

Kennedy

BSC.BIOL

 

Wu

Chenyu

BSC.AVIA

 

Wylie

Lacey

BSC.PSYC

 

Wynter

Alex

BA.COMM,ECON

 

Wynter

Olivia

BSC.UNKN

 

Xu

Xiahanwei

BA.FREN

 

Yao

Xinyu

BA.SOCI

 

Yaung

Erin

BSC.BIOL

 

Yee

Emma

BMU.GENL

 

Yoon

Hailey

BSC.PSYC

 

Zavieh

Shervin

BA.ENGL

 

Zelcer

Claire

BSC.PSYC

 

Zirpolo

Emma

BA.HIST

To be placed on the Dean's List, a student must:

  • complete at least 30 credits over the academic session (May through April), including at least 24 credits taken in the Fall and Winter terms
  • achieve a SGPA of at least 3.7 on that work

The Dean's List carries no financial award.

Additional information

For students studying abroad

Students who achieved Dean's List standing in the academic session preceding a year long Study Abroad Program, will maintain Dean's List standing until their Academic Standing is next assessed.

Students who participate in a one term Study Abroad Program during an academic session will be assessed for Dean's list standing based on all credits completed at Mount Allison during the session, provided that they have carried the equivalent of a regular thirty credit course load from the combination of study abroad courses and Mount Allison courses.

For students with documented disabilities

Students with documented disabilities, on the written recommendation of the Meighen Centre, are entitled to reasonable accommodations with respect to course load expectations.

For students in their final year of study

Students in their final year of study who reduce their course load over the academic session to a minimum of 24 credits over the fall and winter terms because they have sufficient credits for graduation, will be considered for Dean's List Standing.

 

Questions? Contact the Registrar's Office at regoffice@mta.ca or call (506) 364-2269.