Satisfactory Academic Progress
Federal, State and Cosumnes River College financial aid regulations/policy require that all students who receive financial assistance must make satisfactory academic progress (according to the policy listed below) toward the completion of their eligible program of study for a degree, certificate or transfer program. Your academic standing will be reviewed for satisfactory progress at the beginning of each award year at Cosumnes River College.
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Presentation: Satisfactory Academic Progress
|FINANCIAL AID SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY|
|1. Maintain Progress - Complete at least 75% of units enrolled:|
|Progress Percentage =||(Total Units With "W", "I", "F", "NC" and "NP")
(Total Units Attempted)
|= Must be 25% or less|
|2. Maintain Minimum of 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) = Grade "C" or Better:|
|Grade Point Average =||(Total Grade Point Earned)
(Total Units attempted with a letter grade)
|= Must be 2.00 or better|
|3. Maximum Time Period or Unit Total toward program completion:|
Completion of degree or 72 units or more attempted, whichever occurs first Students are required to complete an Appeal with an Academic Plan Acknowledgement signed by a CRC counselor.
Course Repetition: To determine the student's GPA, the most recent grade for a repeated course will be used. All units (both current and prior) from repeated courses are counted toward the maximum number (72) of units a student is permitted to attempt. Students are not eligible to receive aid for more than one repetition of a course that has been previously passed.
If you have extenuating circumstances that negatively affected your academic progress, you may complete the Financial Aid Appeal Form ( Appeal Guidelines ) for further evaluation.