What is the attendance policy?
The Attendance Policy can be found in the Ex’pression Course Catalog (Academic Policies > Attendance Policies > Attendance Policy). The Attendance Policy can also be considered the “14 Day Policy,” wherein, if a student is not attending class for 14 consecutive days (either on-ground or online class), the student will be dismissed from school for unsatisfactory attendance.
What is the participation policy?
The Participation Policy can be found in the Ex’pression Course Catalog (Academic Policies > Attendance Policies > Participation Policy).
What does Academic Probation mean?
Satisfactory Academic Progress is evaluated at the end of each student’s semester.
Students may be placed on academic probation at the end of a semester for failing to make satisfactory academic progress (SAP). This may be the result not earning a sufficient cumulative grade point average, or for not meeting the completion rate standards. Please refer to the College Catalog (Academic Policies > Satisfactory Academic Progress) for a complete explanation and description of the SAP policy. If a student is placed on academic probation he/she should meet with their Program Director as required to determine what adjustments may be necessary to ensure that the student will be able to successfully meet SAP requirements. Students are also encouraged to utilize the many academic resources listed in the Student Handbook and College Catalog.
What resources are available to me if I need help getting out of Academic Probation?
Students on Academic Probation, for whatever reason, may contact their Registrar, the Office of Student Affairs, or their Program Director to get resources, advice, and guidance for how to get out of Probation.