Seattle College District Policy
TITLE: Student Progress
Students are expected to make satisfactory academic progress while enrolled at the Seattle Colleges. Academic progress is defined in terms of a student’s grade point average (GPA) and how much time a student takes to complete a degree or certificate program. Time is a function of credits attempted and earned. Students who do not demonstrate satisfactory academic progress may be subject to corrective actions.
- Minimum Grade Point Average
Students must maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 2.0. Students who do not meet this standard may be subject to corrective actions.
- Credits Earned/Credits Attempted
Students enrolled in degree or certificate programs must, on a quarterly basis, successfully complete at least 75 percent of the credits or clock hours attempted when they reach a minimum of 30 attempted credits or clock hours. Students who do not achieve this completion rate may be subject to corrective actions.
- Degree/Certificate Completion
Students who are enrolled in degree or certificate programs must complete their programs in at least 125 percent of the credit or clock hour program requirements. Students who do not meet this standard may be subject to corrective actions.
Board of Trustees – Revision & Adoption History
Adoption Date : 2007/05/07
Revision Date : 2015/10/08