Robert H. Duncan of San Saba, Texas was named to the Hardin-Simmons University President’s List for the Fall 2012 semester. Duncan is one of 251 students to receive this academic honor.
The President’s List is composed of students carrying 12 or more semester credits who have grades of A on all courses for the semester.
The Dean’s List is composed of students carrying 12 or more semester credits who have a grade point average of 3.75 to 3.99 for the semester.
The Honor Roll is composed of students carrying 12 or more semester credits who have a grade point average of 3.60 to 3.74 for the semester.
The Honorable Mention Roll is composed of students carrying from 6 to 11 semester credits that earn a grade point average of 3.60 or better for the semester.
HSU has an enrollment of approximately 2,300 undergrad and graduate students from 29 states and 19 countries. HSU has a 13:1 student faculty ratio with a campus that sits on 220 acres. Eighty percent of HSU’s faculty members hold the highest degree in their field.
The university is named by U.S. News and World Report as one of the best universities in the western region of the United States and is listed by The Princeton Review as a Top Ten Best in the West University. It is a member of the Colleges of Distinction, the Chronicle of Higher Education named HSU to its honor roll of Great Colleges to Work For, and G.I. Jobs listed HSU as a Military Friendly School.
Seven undergraduate degrees encompass 70 major fields including: athletic training, criminal justice, social work, counseling, psychology, molecular biology, biochemistry, environmental science, religion, music, art, teaching, history, communications, English, and sociology.
Ten graduate degrees, encompassing 26 programs, include the Doctor of Ministry, Doctor of Education in Leadership, and the Doctor of Physical Therapy.
International study programs include England, Austria, Hong Kong, Spain, and Australia.
Hardin-Simmons University, founded in 1891, is a private Christian liberal arts university, and has been affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas (Texas Baptists) since 1941.