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The D.C.I Bible Institute's honors programs are the most prestigious academic student societies, one can belong to during their course of study and beyond. We believe in community and academic excellence, therefore these must be rewarded accordingly. Students who strive to excel in their program of study graduate with honors and are recognized during their graduation.
Distinguished Fellows Program (DFP)
The distinguished fellows program is extended to alumni who enroll in our Post Advanced Studies program. PAS students are required to run and or co-facilitate workshops, conferences, seminars, crusades and other outreach ministry activities. These students are selected to join the DCIBIN President's Distinguished Fellows Program, to contribute to the enrichment of the School's curriculum and learning experience. the top Alumni member who graduates from our PAS program receive the President's distinguished award.
The Daniel Honor Society (TDHS)
In emulating the Prophet Daniel in the Bible, in Daniel 6:3, DCIBIN has created The Daniel Honor Society (TDHS) for Students who exhibit extra ordinary level of excellence in both their academic work and student life. These students go beyond and above the four walls of this institution to bring growth, exposure and honor as they play their role in the accomplishment of their personal goals and the school's vision.
Students who earn a grade point average spanning the three different Latin honors are automatically enrolled in the Honor roll program. Students who strive to excel in their program of study graduate with honors and are recognized during their graduation. These Honor roll students receive additional medals and cords of honor during graduation.
DEAN'S LIST - HONOR ROLL
Students earn the privilege of being on the Dean's list and graduate with honors. The dean's office sets the academic requirements that students need to attain to be on the dean's honor roll.
Students must have a minimum average of a 3.5 GPA to be on the Dean's list.
Cum laude: - 3.5 to 3.6
Magna cum laude: - 3.7 to 3.8
Summa cum laude: 3.9 - 4.0
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