Academic Progress Review & Academic Standing
Academic Progress Review and Academic Standing – how does the College review my progress and what determines my academic standing?
Students who are working toward a degree or certificate, or who are enrolled as Open Campus, will have an Academic Progress Review after attempting a total of 12 cumulative credits to determine their current Academic Standing and to identify and help students who are making little or no progress.
All courses attempted by a student – including developmental courses and courses in which the student earns a grade of withdraw, audit, incomplete, or in progress – are included in Academic Progress Review.
Two indicators are used in Academic Progress Review:
earning a 2.0 GPA and having 50% successful completion of credits
Grades of “A,” “B,” “C,” “D,” “S,” or “P”
are considered successful completion of credit
Grades of “W,” “F,” “AU,” “I,” “Z,” or “U”
are considered unsuccessful completion of credit