Extension with Delayed Academic Progression Policy
Extension with Delayed Academic Progression allows a student with deficiencies in academic performance an opportunity to continue in the program as a part time student. Once the student is placed on Extension with Delayed Academic Progression status, the Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs will develop a new curricular plan for the student. The student must successfully complete all courses in which the grade of an “F” is earned in addition to any other courses not completed. The student’s graduation date will be delayed for one year. Students may undergo an extended year of study only once. When a student re-takes a course, the new grade obtained will be recorded as the awarded grade for that course under the quarter in which the course was repeated. The original “F” grade will remain on the transcript for the corresponding quarter in which the course was failed. This is different from remediating a course to a maximum grade of a C.