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1. Instructor availability. Sometimes it is necessary to cancel a class because a qualified instructor is not available.
2. Low enrollment. The general rule is that a class may be canceled if it has less than 50% of its capacity registered for it.
3. Room/time conflicts. Class changes or additions may trigger a need to cancel or move certain classes.
Every effort will be made to minimize the frequency of cancellations.
Students planning to take more than 19 credits fall and spring semesters and more than 9 credits summer semester must obtain approval from an advisor. For reporting purposes, students are classified according to the following:
Full-time: A student who is enrolled in at least 12 credits during a semester.
ENROLLMENT & DEGREE VERIFICATIONS:
1. Complete all degree, diploma and certificate program requirements. Credits must be earned in courses numbered 1000 or above. Note: Students are subject to the requirements listed in their program in effect at the time of or after their enrollment. When enrollment has been broken for one year, the student is subject to the degree, diploma, or certificate requirements as stated in their program that is current at the time of re-enrollment.
2. Achieve a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or better on a 4.0 grading scale.
3. Fulfill all financial obligations to the college.
4. Complete a minimum of one-third of the required Central Lakes College. Credits of “S” grades will be limited to 30% of the total credits for the degree, diploma, or certificate.
5. Submit an “Application for Graduation” form to the Records and Registration office the semester before graduation.
6. Practical nursing and AS nursing students must earn a “C” or above in nursing courses and required liberal arts and sciences courses. A student earning a grade below "C" cannot progress or graduate.
7. Students who receive a 3.25-3.74 Cumulative GPA will graduate with honors. Students who receive a 3.75-4.0 Cumulative GPA will graduate with high honors. For the graduation ceremony, honors and high honors are determined at the end of fall semester.
Students: To obtain an Application for Graduation form click on "Forms" on the left-hand side of this screen.
0002 Academic Suspension
0005 Immunization Records Needed
0010 Insufficient Address
0022 Overdue Resource Material
0031 Unpaid Balance
0069 Invalid Phone Number On File
Advisor Access Code (PSEO students only)
If the student is not satisfied with the transfer after faculty have reviewed course syllabi, outlines and/or supplemental information, the following steps can be completed:
1. Student completes the Transfer Appeal, available from the Registrar. The student will include rationale for the appeal and include course syllabi, outlines and/or supplemental information used for the faculty review.
2. The Vice President of Academic Affairs or Designee will review the Transfer Appeal and the outcome will be communicated to the student.
3. If the student is not satisfied with the Academic Affairs appeal decision, the student may submit a request to the Senior Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs at the MnSCU System Office.
For more information on the MnSCU System Office appeal, go to www.transfercenter.project.mnscu.edu. Click "Transfer Basics" then "Appeal Process" from the left. For policy information, please refer to Procedure 3.21.1- Subpart B - System level appeal at www.mnscu.edu/board/procedure/321p1.html.
Evaluation of Prior Learning
Transferring Credits to CLC
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Last Updated: 6/30/14