Summa Cum Laude

  • (adv): With highest honor.
    Example: "He graduated summa cum laude"
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BBIM - Variations - North America - United States
... but a student in the honors course generally must maintain grades worthy of at least the cum laude notation anyway ... might receive a diploma Artium Baccalaureatum rite or Artium Baccalaureatum summa cum laude in the regular course or Artium Baccalaureatum summa cum laude in cursu honorum in the honors course ... in the United States award bachelor's degrees with Latin honors, usually (in ascending order) cum laude 'with honor/praise,' magna cum laude 'with great honor/praise,' summa cum laude 'with highest honor/praise ...
Sergiu Hart - Biography
... in Mathematics and Statistics (summa cum laude, 1970) and an M.Sc ... in Mathematics (summa cum laude, 1971) from Tel Aviv University ... summa cum laude, 1976) ...
Franco Manzi
... February 15, 1994, with an average grade of summa cum laude ... prepared under the direction of Fr Albert Vanhoye received the grade of summa cum laude ... Biblical Faculty of the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, being awarded the grade summa cum laude ...
Central Luzon State University Science High School - Notable Alumni
... Justine Hiro Barot- ? Cherry Joy Tumampo -Summa Cum Laude (Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, University of the Philippines Diliman) Amina Mendez - Summa Cum Laude (Ma ... Bajador - Magna Cum Laude (Accountancy, University of the Philippines), 8th Placer CPA 2008 Ace George Santiago - Magna Cum Laude (Chemistry, University of the Philippines ... Galapon - Summa Cum Laude (Chemistry, University of the Philippines) Justine Marie L ...

More definitions of "summa cum laude":

  • (adj): With highest honor; with the highest academic distinction.
    Example: "A summa cum laude graduate"

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