Academic Policies

Academic Warning

ACADEMIC WARNING

Good Academic Standing

Students who have achieved both Term and Career Grade Point Averages of 2.0 or higher at the College are considered to be in good academic standing.

Poor Academic Standing

Students who have achieved less than a 2.0 term or career GPA at the College will be placed on Poor Academic Standing (formerly known as probation). Students will be considered At Risk or placed on Academic Warning based on the following criteria:

At Risk Students who have a Term GPA of less than 2.0 are academically at risk. 

At risk students must meet with an advisor and will not be registered for more than 16 credit hours in a semester. At risk students will complete a plan of action designed to identify the types of support that are needed to improve grade performance.

Academic Warning

Students who have a Career GPA (regardless of their term GPA) of less than 2.0 are placed on Academic Warning. These students will be assigned a mentor who will provide intrusive advising designed to support the student’s success. Academic Warning students will not be registered for more than 16 credit hours in a semester, and will complete a plan of action designed to identify the types of support that are needed to improve grade performance.

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