Ellipsis, SMU Information Systems Society is the student representative body of our school.
In language, Ellipsis is a literary device that is used in narratives to give the reader a chance to fill the gaps. It is usually written after a sentence as “…”. Ellipsis helps in advancing the story. The part of a sentence or an event that is left out by substituting it with ellipses is often used as a stylistic element, allowing the reader to fill in the gaps using their imagination.
As a school, we embody the meaning of ellipsis as our students have unlimited potential, only limited by our imagination. Ellipsis is also used in programming languages. In some programming languages (Ruby, Haskell, Perl etc.), ellipsis is an operator that is used to represent a range of values given two endpoints. Similarly, we have identified 3 values that we feel all our students should strive to exhibit.FIND OUT MORE
SCIS Special Interest Group(s)
- SMU .Hack
- SMU Whitehat Society
- Anthill Society
- SMU ISACA Chapter
- SMU Women in Tech (WiT)
To qualify for a place on the Dean's List, a student must meet the following requirements:
- Have a cumulative GPA of 3.70 or better over the 2 consecutive regular terms during 1 academic year (excluding Term 3)
- Have no grade lower than a "C"
- Have completed 3 or more course units for letter grades (grades that are computed into GPA) in each regular term
- Have no "I" grade and no disciplinary action taken against the student during the 2 consecutive regular terms
Student Achievements : Awards, Prizes & Recipients
All SMU students may be considered for awards and prizes sponsored by various organisations in recognition of their outstanding achievements, in academic, community service, and co-curricular involvements. Some awards or prizes are given automatically based on performance; others by application.
Last updated on 15 Sep 2021 .