NEW: Grading and Evaluation Policy for Undergraduate Programs, effective Fall 1 2015 Term
Good Academic Standing
Good academic standing for undergraduate students is comprised of both satisfactory academic progress (S.A.P.) and at least a 2.00 grade point average (G.P.A.).
Students receiving letter grades must meet the minimum requirements for both S.A.P. and G.P.A.
Students in the narrative-only evaluation option (no letter grades) must meet the minimum S.A.P. requirements.
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Expectation and Calculation
- Grade Point Average Expectation and Calculation (for enrollments prior to Fall 1 2015)
- Grade Point Average Expectation and Calculation (for enrollments beginning Fall 1 2015)
Please review the Policy and Procedures for Undergraduate Student Evaluation and Grading and the policy on Satisfactory Academic Progress -- Undergraduate for complete information about academic progress and grade point average requirements.
Academic Warnings and Dismissal
Satisfactory academic progress (S.A.P.) and grade point average (G.P.A.) are the two criteria that establish a student’s academic standing with the college. A student who meets these two criteria is in good academic standing and therefore maintains her/his eligibility to re-enroll. Students in the narrative-only evaluation option do not establish a G.P.A. and therefore do not need to meet the G.P.A. requirement. These and other criteria apply to eligibility to receive financial aid. The college notifies a student of any academic standing difficulty in writing as follows.
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Warning
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Dismissal
- Grade Point Average Warning
- Grade Point Average Dismissal
- Reinstatement after Dismissal
- Financial Aid Eligibility
Academic Standing Flyer
The information in this section about academic standing, academic warnings and dismissals is also available as a PDF file:
Good Academic Standing (PDF 40kB) (PDF; revised Sept. 2015)
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader version 2.00 or higher to use this file. If you are unable to open this file, please contact your center or program to have a copy sent to you.