Definition of Cum laude:
With distinction (with reference to college degrees and diplomas).
Denoting or holding a college degree achieved with distinction.
A latin phrase meaning with honors. This distinction is given to graduates, usually from a college or university, who have received the third highest level of academic excellence as required by the university. This is one level below magna cum laude. See also summa cum laude.
How to use Cum laude in a sentence?
- He received his A.B. Degree cum laude.
- Kathy is a cum laude graduate of Pennsylvania State University.
Meaning of Cum laude & Cum laude Definition