To qualify for graduation and an undergraduate degree, a student must:
Students are entirely responsible to fulfill all graduation requirements. Advisors are available for advice and consultation. Since curricula may change from year to year, core and major requirements are determined by the catalog in use during the year in which a student enters. A student has the option of declaring a catalog in use during any year of attendance at Gordon and meeting all the requirements of that catalog. Requirements may not, however, be selected from more than one catalog. The College reserves the right to alter some program requirements as they deem appropriate or as necessary to remain in compliance with licensure or guild standards.
Students who wish to participate or march at Commencement prior to completion of their degree requirements must complete a petition to participate form (at right) and meet certain conditions.
For information on degree or Latin honor qualifications, see Academic Honors. For information on departmental honors, see each department. Departmental honors are available in: accounting, biology, business administration, chemistry, Christian ministries, combined languages, computer science, economics, English, finance, French, German, history, international affairs, kinesiology, mathematics, physics, poltical studies, sociology, and Spanish.