Classification of Students
Students who have completed less than 30 hours of credit study. No credit is granted for grades less than ‘C’ average, or 2.0 on a 4.0 grade scale.
Students who have completed 30-59 credit hours at or above the ‘C’ or 2.0 grade scale.
Students who have completed 60-89 credit hours at or above the ‘C’ or 2.0 grade scale.
Students who have completed 90 or more credit hours at or above the ‘C’ or 2.0 grade scale.
Students who have entered into the college degree program on a one year probation.
CLEP: Students may submit College Level Examination program scores for subject examination taken and passed.
Students may submit a letter applying for credit in specific subjects, giving details or work completed, books read, seminars or lectures attended or taught, and other verifiable information. No more than 15 credits may be awarded for life experience.
In the event that students have significant familiarity with the contents of a course, yet do not have enough experience to receive Life Credit, they may ask to challenge a course. Details must be submitted giving details of work completed, books read, seminars or lectures attended or taught, and other verifiable information. In addition, a paper will be assigned, and used to evaluate a student’s educational attainment. Course challenges are limited to no more than 15 credits hours.