Definitions for "ACADEMIC PROGRESS"
Meeting the Institution's Academic Progress standard requiring you (1) accumulate at least 6 degree credits by the end of the second semester and between 12-15 credits each semester thereafter AND (2) attain a minimum grade point average (GPA). Federal Financial Aid Programs require you meet a separate Federal standard of satisfactory academic progress for continued receipt of Federal financial aid.
A student must maintain a certain grade point average and complete at least two-thirds of attempted credits to show academic progress. Academic progress is checked on all cumulated and attempted credits on the student's academic transcript. All withdraws and incomplete grades are counted as non-completed course work.
The process whereby a studentâ€(tm)s results are considered at the end of each semester and if the student's performance is deemed unsatisfactory in accordance with the regulations, their status or eligibility to continue their studies is determined.