Academic status is the college’s method of determining your eligibility to remain enrolled in school. If affected, a student stands a chance of loosing eligibility for scholarships, special insurance rates, loans, college work-study, participation in intercollegiate athletics and other college activities.
Any student who has DCC Adjusted Cumulative grade point average below the institutions scale will be placed on academic probation. See the institution’s scale below:
|Adjusted Cumulative Quality Hours Attempted||Adjusted Cumulative GPA at Which Student Is Placed on Probation|
|15-20||1.540 or less|
|21-30||1.640 or less|
|31-40||1.740 or less|
|41-50||1.840 or less|
|51-60||1.940 or less|
|61-70||1.970 or less|
|71-80||1.999 or less|
Only students who have attempted at least 15 credits hours may be susceptible to academic probation. Once a student is on academic probation, he/she will remain on probation until his/her DCC Adj Cum grade point average has reached a 2.0 or higher.
Students who have been placed on academic probation will be academically suspended from the institution at the conclusion of any semester or summer session in which they fail to earn a semester grade point average of 2.0. Students on academic suspension are ineligible to receive Title IV assistance.
Students who lose Title IV assistance due to unsatisfactory academic progress can regain eligibility once they meet the required academic standards. Students will be notified by the Office of Financial Assistance of their eligibility requirements.
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