San Diego State University students graduate 2017 with honors

SAN DIEGO – Of the more than 10,000 students who graduated from San Diego State University this year, only a select group earned recognition as honors graduates.

Based on a 4.0 GPA scale, the distinction of summa cum laude is awarded to undergraduate students with an average of at least 3.8; magna cum laude is awarded to undergraduate students with an average of at least 3.65; and cum laude is awarded to undergraduate students with an average of at least 3.5.

Dustin Snyder from Murrieta received a degree in undeclared and graduated cum laude.

Taylor Flores from Temecula received a degree in business administration and graduated summa cum laude.

Students who graduate “with honors” have made the most of their time at San Diego State University, participating in transformational educational experiences like study abroad and undergraduate research. The students have acquired the skills and knowledge needed for a wide variety of careers and graduate programs.

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