Seymour native and 2013 Trinity Lutheran High School graduate Lindsey Gray recently earned three honors.
First, the senior majoring in accounting, finance and international studies is among the top 100 students at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
She will be recognized during a dinner at 6 p.m. March 31 at the Indianapolis Marriott. All top 100 students in attendance will be introduced. The top 10 will be announced from the pool of 100 and presented with recognition awards. In addition, a most outstanding student will be recognized.
Gray also will be graduating in the top 10 percent of her IU Kelley School of Business graduating class. She will graduate with distinction and receive crimson cords to wear at commencement. A notation also will be placed on her transcript and diploma.
To graduate with academic distinction, baccalaureate and associate degree candidates must rank within the highest 10 percent of the graduating class of their respective degree-granting units. Additionally, baccalaureate degree candidates must have completed a minimum of 60 hours at Indiana University. Associate degree candidates must have completed at least half of the hours required for their degree at Indiana University.
Gray’s other honor was winning Delta Sigma Pi’s Regional Collegiate of the Year. She serves as president of the Delta Sigma Pi coed fraternity.