- Gipp was voted into the College Football Hall of Fame (located in South Bend, Indiana) on December 14, 1951, at 3:27 a.m., in memory of the time and date of his death.
- George Gipp Memorial Park was dedicated on August 3, 1935, in his hometown. A plaque kept in the park lists former George Gipp Award-winners, given to outstanding senior, male athletes from Calumet High School.
- In World War II, the United States liberty ship SS George Gipp was named in his honor.
- He was ranked #22 on ESPN's Top 25 Players In College Football History list.
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... colleges and universities have a separate academic track known as an "honors" or "scholars" program, generally offered to the top percentile of students (based on GPA ... Usually, the above Latin honors are separate from the notation for this honors course, but a student in the honors course generally must maintain grades worthy of at least the cum laude notation anyway ... or Artium Baccalaureatum summa cum laude in cursu honorum in the honors course ...
... For honors track study — engineering students only — the minimum entrance requirements are A-Level results with B average or above in three subjects ... Students in the Honors Track are required to maintain a cumulative grade average (CGA) of A- or above every semester ... Current students with good academic results will be invited to join the honors study track halfway ...
... A distinctive First Year Honors Program is for qualified first-year students ... There are three options Contemporary Contexts, East Meets West, and Science Honors ... Contemporary Contexts is the replacement program for the London Honors program which began in 1996 ...
... The WKU Honors College became the first and only Honors College in the Commonwealth of Kentucky on July 1, 2007 ... The Honors College serves over 1,000 active Honors students with the 2009 incoming freshman class ACT/SAT average ranking among the top 6% in the nation ...
Famous quotes containing the word honors:
“Justice shines in very smoky homes, and honors the righteous; but the gold-spangled mansions where the hands are unclean she leaves with eyes averted.”
—Aeschylus (525456 B.C.)
“My hearts subdued
Even to the very quality of my lord.
I saw Othellos visage in his mind,
And to his honors and his valiant parts
Did I my soul and fortunes consecrate.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The sire then shook the honors of his head,
And from his brows damps of oblivion shed
Full on the filial dullness:”
—John Dryden (16311700)