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  • STANDARDS FOR ACADEMIC PROGRESS

    (Standards of academic progress for financial aid are on the Student Financial Services website.)

    To remain in good standing, students pursuing a degree, diploma or certificates who are enrolled in regular curriculum classes must maintain a minimum credit hour grade point average (GPA) of 2.0.

    Students who fail to earn a GPA of 2.0 will be placed on probation during the next term in which they enroll in the college. Some programs require higher GPAs each term to remain in good standing. Students on probationary status who do not earn a GPA of 2.0 will be suspended from the college the term following probation. Those who earn a GPA of 2.0 will be removed from probationary status. Students on probation or warning are advised to discuss their academic situation with their advisor, seek additional supportive resources such as the Academic Success Centers and Counseling Services as needed, and take reduced course loads until performance improves. It is also recommended that the student enroll in College Skills (COL 103) or Personal and Career Assessment (IDS 102) unless the student has already successfully completed both courses. Students who are returning from Academic Suspension must enroll in College Orientation (COL 101). COL 101 may also be required for students who have not met standards of academic progress for financial aid.

    Students on probationary status who do not earn the required GPA will be suspended from the college for the term following probation. Students on academic suspension are ineligible to enroll for college credit courses for one semester. Students returning from suspension will continue on probation and all probationary procedures will apply during this term. Those who earn the required GPA will be removed from probationary status.

    Students who achieve a GPA of at least 2.0 for the probationary term but whose cumulative GPA remains below a 2.0 will remain on probation for one additional term. By the end of the second probationary term, students who achieve a GPA of at least a 2.0 for the term but whose cumulative GPA remains below 2.0 will stay on probation for one additional term. By the end of the third probationary term, the cumulative GPA must reach at least a 2.0 or the student will be suspended, unless the term GPA is 2.5 or higher.

    Students on probation may not serve in college-wide elective offices or be appointed to any administrative or social committees during the probationary period.

    Students enrolled in Developmental Studies (DVS) or enrolled in both DVS and curriculum courses must meet standards of academic progress as defined below.

    Developmental Studies Standards of Academic Progress

    Students enrolled in zero-level courses only must receive grades of A, B, or C in at least half of their courses to remain in good standing. DVS students who do not meet this requirement will be placed on probation during the next term in which they enroll in the college.

    Students enrolled in zero level courses only who are on probation and who do not earn grades of A, B or C in at least half of their courses will be suspended from the college the term following probation. Those who do earn grades of A, B or C in at least half of their DVS courses will be removed from probationary status.

    Students taking both zero-level and curriculum courses must earn a GPA of at least 2.0 as outlined above and pass at least half of their courses.

    Students who do not meet both of these requirements will be placed on probation during the next term in which they enroll in the college. All probationary guidelines as outlined in the Standards for Academic Progress will apply.

    Students on probation who do not earn a GPA of at least 2.0 or who do not earn grades of A, B or C in at least half of their DVS courses will be suspended from the college during the term following probation. Those who earn a GPA of at least 2.0 and earn grades of A, B or C in at least half of their DVS courses will be removed from probationary status.