It is the responsibility of each student to know and to meet the graduation requirements of the College in her/his particular program of study and to maintain the minimum required grade average.
Counselors and faculty advisors are available to work with individual students, but the final responsibility for meeting graduation requirements lies with the student. The following list constitutes the minimum requirements for graduation:
1. Satisfy proficiency standards in English, math, and reading. Complete all course requirements as outlined by curriculums, achieve an overall grade point average of 2.00 or above with all passing grades.
2. Students who fail individual subjects or have incomplete grades must make up such deficiencies before being allowed to graduate.
3. Applications for Degree Completion must be submitted to the Student Services Office at least one semester prior to the completion of course requirements. One semester prior to the semester that the student expects to complete diploma or degree requirements, the student is expected to have a preliminary record check by an academic advisor. It is the student’s responsibility to arrange for a final record check with the Director of Student Services & Registrar.
4. Students must fulfill all financial obligations to the College.
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