El Camino College Torrance | 2017-2018 Student Handbook - page 35

Dismissal Due to Progress Probation
A student on Progress Probation will be dismissed if the percentage of units in which the
student has been enrolled for which entries of “W,” “I,” “NC and/or
“NP” remains at or above 50 percent for three consecutive semesters. Terms shorter than 16
weeks will not be considered a semester. A semester in which the student does not take any
courses will not be counted as a semester.
What is a “P”, a “NP”, a “W” or an “I”?
The student will receive unit
toward graduation and/or full-time
status but is not calculated into the G.P.A.
The student receives
no credit
for the course taken.
from class.
academic work for unforeseeable, emergency and
justifiable reasons that include circumstances beyond the student’s
control. The work must be completed by the sixth week of the regular
semester following the receipt of the “I” mark; otherwise, a letter grade
will be assigned depending on the completed work.
Loss of Enrollment Priority and Board of Governors Fee Waiver
In accordance with the Student Success Act of 2012, El Camino College and El Camino
College Compton Center require all students to meet academic standards, progress
standards, and adhere to a unit cap in order to receive enrollment priority (priority
registration) and the Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGFW). Academic and progress
standards will apply once a student has attempted at least 12 semester units, as shown by
the academic record.
Former foster youth up to 24 years of age are exempted from this regulation.
Academic Standard
Cumulative grade point (GPA) of at least 2.0
Progress Standard
Cumulative satisfactory completion of more than 50% of attempted units
Unit Cap
Completion of 100 or more units
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