Committee on Academic Standing and Honors

Standing Bylaw Committee of the School of Arts and Sciences

MEMBERSHIP: 2023-2024

Term: Five (5) years

Name and Link to
Directory Listing
Rank, DepartmentTerm
(On leave)
Brunker, TimLecturer, Chemistry2023-2024
Kao, Mimi *Associate Professor, Biology2020-2026
Luis, Diego JavierAssistant Professor, History2023-2028
Mahoney, Anne *Senior Lecturer, Classical Studies2023-2028
Merolla, CarmenSenior Lecturer, Romance Studies2023-2024
Queen, AlexanderSenior Lecturer, Psychology2022-2028
Bellof, Matthew +Associate Dean, Undergraduate Advising 
Lowe, Carmen +Dean, Academic Advising and Undergraduate Studies 
Leathers, Tanesha +Associate Dean, Undergraduate Advising 
Casey, Caitlin +Associate Dean, Undergraduate Advising 
Koegel, Susan +Associate Dean, Undergraduate Advising 

*Co-Convener
+ ex-officio/non-voting

The function of the Committee on Academic Standing and Honors is to uphold high academic standards among undergraduates in Arts & Sciences. The committee reviews and recommends academic standards (i.e., academic honors and academic probation) and regularly reviews the academic standing of Arts and Sciences undergraduates twice per year. The committee meets at least 3 times per year (in mid-January, late April or early May, and early June), and conducts some business via email over the summer and in January, April, and May. While the summa honors process is quite visible to the faculty as a whole, the committee's work on academic standing is less visible because of its confidential nature but is no less important because it may determine whether a student is eligible to remain enrolled at Tufts.

Visit the School of Arts and Sciences Bylaws for more information regarding this committee's bylaws.

View this committee's most recent annual report.

View this committee's workload obligations.