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Academic Appeal Advising following Academic Dismissal:

It is the intent of the college to offer programs of study in which students can succeed. Every attempt is made, through testing, counseling, and advising, to guide each student into a program of study that is appropriate to his or her level of ability and interest. Standards are enforced to ensure satisfactory academic progress. The Academic Standards Committee monitors the College’s policy and the academic progress of students. All students are expected to maintain a satisfactory grade point average for credits attempted.

Students are expected to maintain a satisfactory grade point average for credits attempted. A minimum quarterly GPA of 2.0 must be maintained to be in good standing. Academic deficiency is defined as failure to maintain the minimum quarterly grade point average requirement of 2.0. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 is required for graduation with a degree or certificate.

  • After the first quarter in which a student is academically deficient, he or she will be placed on academic warning.
  • After the second consecutive quarter in which a student is academically deficient, the student will be placed on academic probation.
  • After three consecutive quarters of academic deficiency, the student will be dismissed from the college

After the third consecutive quarter in which a student is academically deficient, the student will be dismissed from the college for at least one quarter and must complete the Academic Appeal Process. The Academic Appeal Process must be completed prior to the intended quarter of re-enrollment.

The following links provide information on the Academic Appeal Process:

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