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Ithaca College Graduate Catalog 2002-2003

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Good Academic Standing

For purposes of determining a student's eligibility for certain state and federal financial assistance, good academic standing is defined in terms of program pursuit and satisfactory academic progress, as follows:
Program pursuit --- To remain in good academic standing from the standpoint of program pursuit a student must receive passing, failing, or incomplete grades in a certain percentage of the minimum full-time course load for each term of study: 50% in the first year, 75% in the second year, and 100% in each year thereafter. Grades of W (withdrawal) can not be counted toward meeting these requirements.
Satisfactory academic progress --- To be in good academic standing from the standpoint of making satisfactory academic progress, a student must have earned at least the number of credits and the cumulative grade point average indicated by the beginning of the term of study shown in the table below. Students receiving TAP funds must complete the number of credits and attain the minimum grade point average noted below to remain eligible.

 

Credits

GPA

Semester 2

9

2.75

Semester 3

18

2.87

Semester 4

24

3.00

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Andrejs Ozolins, Office of Publications, 30. September, 2002