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Recognition (from the Red Book)

Distinguished Cadets:
Recognition occurs in the privilege of wearing gold stars to reflect distinguished academic achievement.
Cadets must earn a QPA of 3.67 or better, either for the year or cumulatively.
Additional criteria include: full academic load; no failures, N/C (except an N/C in physical education for medical reasons), or W in any course taken during the year.

Dean's List:
Selected cadets are recognized for academic achievement on the Dean's List.
Dean's List criteria is a TQPA of 3.00 or better considering all courses in the academic program taken during the semester, including military science and physical education.
Cadets who are under loaded (take less than the minimum five academic courses) or receive a W, F, or N/C (except an N/C in physical education for medical reasons) in any course taken that term are ineligible for Dean's List recognition.
The cadet's academic transcripts and term-end grade mailer will contain the notation "Dean's List" for all those so designated.

Superintendent's Award:
The Superintendent's Award is a prestigious award given to cadets who prove themselves to be outstanding simultaneously in all three programs (Academic, Military, and Physical).
It is based on the Cadet Award Score (CAS) which is a combination of the three program scores (APS, MPS, and PPS) applying equal weight to each.
It has two levels of recognition, both of which are based on demonstrated performance: achievement and excellence.
The insignia for the Superintendent's Award for Excellence is a gold star encircled by a gold wreath; it is presented to the top 5% ofcadets in each class based on CAS.
The insignia for the Superintendent's Award for Achievement is a gold wreath; it is presented to the next 15% of the cadets in each class based on CAS.
As with other individual awards, additional criteria apply.

 
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