graduate who completes all the needed/demanded courses in his or her associate degree or diploma program and (accomplishes or gains with effort) a program (the total of something over time) GPA of 3.5 or above will graduate with high honors. Students who have reached this program GPA will be recognized as honors students and will get gold cords to be worn during the beginning/graduation ceremony program
According to Doyle (2000) (related to school and learning) are a different group of people, bound together by a common (feeling that something is wrong or bad, but without proof) about the reasons for doing things of the college management and a missionary eagerness to share the wonders of their fields of study with all who travel their way. More than that, a common goal is certainly in the early stages of a career, is to be the best, and to be connected with a department, a college, a university that shares this vision. In fact, it would be a strange individual who hopes for/hopes to be second rate, to give/reserve a life and career to being an ordinary part of a group of (people who were also in a race or contest, but who didn’t win).
Yet excellence, though easy to define, is a very hard state to (accomplish or gain with effort) and it is the most unstable state of a changing state of balance. The (written opinions) that follow are personal reflections on the pursuit of excellence, written by people from highly (branched out/done different things) backgrounds who have laboured in different settings and have followed (having a unique quality) paths toward a common goal. For example, If you take the time to examine institutions that have (accomplished or gained with effort) a significant measure of honor/difference, a common thread comes out/becomes visible. Almost totally, positive changes happened as a result of the belief and strong desire/formal decision about something of a single individual. The pursuit of excellence needs/demands a champion who will (show or prove) through personal example and commitment how important goals can be clearly spoken, how the necessary useful things/valuable supplies can be grouped together, and how true (sum of money given to help pay for college/school learning) improves the educational experiences of students and teachers/professors alike. He also hopes that the sharing of these experiences may be useful to those of you with almost the same goals