Clayton State University has announced its official Dean’s List for the fall 2010 semester. Students must enroll in a minimum of nine credit hours and maintain a grade point average of 3.6 or higher to be eligible for the Dean’s List.
For the just-concluded semester, a total of 814 students made the Dean’s List. This represents just over 12 percent of the total fall student enrollment of 6603 students. In all, 43 distinct geographic entities were represented -- the most for a Clayton State Dean’s List. These included 33 Georgia counties and seven other states; Texas, Illinois, Indiana, Arizona, Louisiana, North Carolina and Washington. In addition, three Dean’s List students came from other countries; Canada, Slovakia and the Republic of Georgia -- Mariami Chubinidze of Tbilisi, Georgia, one of Clayton State’s two fall 2010 foreign exchange students.
Although the majority of the Dean’s List students came from Clayton (217), Henry (208) and Fayette (112) counties; Fulton (83), DeKalb (56) and Coweta (27) counties were also strongly represented.