Academic Standings and Academic Probation

The scholastic requirements of the college are detailed below. To remain in "good standing," a student must achieve the minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA). Only students who have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.0 (C) or better will be recommended for transfer to other colleges and universities.

All students will be subject to the same scholastic requirements.

Academic probation or dismissal standards will not apply until a student has attempted a total of at least twelve (12) semester hours of credit. Developmental course credit is eligible to be counted toward this total.

There are three levels of probation for students with poor academic performance. A student is placed on Academic Caution after the first semester of poor academic performance. After the second consecutive semester of poor performance, the student is placed on Academic Warning and, after the third semester, Academic Probation. Students placed on any level of probation are required to meet with a counselor to discuss their status and options for academic success.

Academic Dismissal (