Important Information for Students regarding the California College Promise Grant (formerly known as Board of Governors (BOG) Waiver) and Academic Progress -
Any student who is on Academic or Progress Probation for two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring) will lose the California College Promise Grant beginning in Fall 2016 for as long as they remain on probation . This means that they will be required to pay for their own classes for as long as they remain on academic probation.
What is Academic Probation?
Academic probation is when a student has a cumulative (all of their classes combined) grade point average of less than 2.0 (C average). First Time Students do not have a GPA because they have not completed any classes.
What is Progress Probation?
Progress probation occurs when you have dropped 50% (half) or more of your classes. It is also cumulative.
Your Grades Matter!
Losing your California College Promise Grant or financial aid can make it very difficult to continue in college. Your counselors, instructors, and staff are here to offer guidance and assistance in any way we can.
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