2014-15 TMCC College Catalog - page 23

A-23 2014-2015
TMCCCollegeCatalog
A–General Information
Thecollegehas establishedandwill apply the
following standardof academicprogress toall
degree-seeking (program) students.Thispolicy
applies to thegeneral studentpopulation.Additional
progress standards formillennium scholarshipand
financial aid recipients areappliedwhenappropriate.
SeeAppendixD for additional information.
Requirements
GradePointAverage (GPA):AllTMCCprogram
students are required tomaintainaminimum
cumulative2.0GPA.
Studentswho fall belowa2.0GPAwill be required to
enroll in theAcademicsSuccessKit (ASK)Program.
ContactCounselingat 775-673-7060.
To review thepolicy in its entirety, go
.
SemesterSystem
Credits earnedatTMCCareawardedon thebasisof
semester credits. A semester consistsof 15weeks.
Summer school is a self-supportingprogram that
offers access to transferableandoccupational
courses,workforcedevelopment andcontinuing
educationand special summer activities. Thereare
two5-week terms inwhichmost of theclasses are
offeredalthough, due tocontent anddemand for
out-of-classroomwork, someprogramshaveaunique
scheduleand/or format. For additional information,
pleasecall the summer school officeat 775-674-7937.
TranscriptofRecord
Current and former students can request copies
of theirofficialTMCC transcriptsbygoing to the
,
clickingon the
“Students& “Alumni” tabat the topof thepage, and
following theprompts toplaceanorder.Current
students areable toaccess theirunofficial transcripts
through their
StudentCenter. In the
ACADEMICSboxon theStudentCenterpage, click
thearrowon the “OtherAcademics” box. Select
“ViewTranscript” from thedropdownmenu.
Former studentswhowish to receiveanunofficial
transcriptmustmake their request throughStudent
Clearinghouse.There is acharge for transcript
processing; pleasecheck theStudentClearinghouse
website for current information.
REFUNDPOLICY
If youdonot attendor stopattendingclasses and
fail topersonallydroponlinewithin the full-refund
period, youwill beheld responsible for all tuitionand
fees. Instructorwithdrawalsdonot removecharges.
Dropsduring the100% (onehundredpercent) refund
period removeclass andgrade from transcripts.
Withdrawals that result inanymonies still owedwill
result inclasses remainingon transcripts andagrade
ofW.
Fall/SpringTerms -
Regular/DynamicExtensiveorDYE
A.
100% (onehundredpercent) refund
if youdrop
your class onlineby11:59p.m. on theFridayof the
first official start date of classes.
B.
50% (fiftypercent) refund
if youwithdrawonline
by11:59p.m. on theFridayof the thirdweek from
the official start date of classes.
Fall/SpringTerms -
DynamicorDYN
A.
100% (onehundredpercent) refund
if youdrop
onlineby11:59p.m. on thefirst official start date
that the classmeets.
B.
50% (fiftypercent) refund
if youwithdrawonline
by11:59p.m. of thefirst 20%of the class period
starting from thefirst official start date of classes.
Fall/SpringTerms -
Dynamic IntensiveorDYI
A.
100% (onehundredpercent) refund
if youdropby
11:59p.m. thedaybefore thefirst official start date of
classes.
SummerCourses (lastingfiveweeks)
A.
100% (onehundredpercent) refund
if youofficially
droponlineby11:59p.m. on thefirst official start
date of classes.
B.
50% (fiftypercent) refund
if youofficiallydrop
your classes onlineby11:59p.m. of thefirst 20%of
the class period starting from thefirst official start
date of classes.
CancelledCourses
A. Noaction is requiredby the student, 100% (one
hundredpercent) refund.
Refundchecks are issuedafter the thirdweekof
instruction.
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