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Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) calculations for nontraditional students are performed at the completion of the intervals listed below and is calculated using both the GCU enrollment cumulative GPA and cumulative earned credits at each review time period.
Students may or may not be granted re-admittance based on their academic record that includes participation in previous courses. If readmission is granted, an Academic Plan will be created which may require students to first repeat any course (or its equivalencies) for which they did not earn a C or better (undergraduate) or a B or better (graduate). Students granted re-admittance will need to follow their Academic Plan specifying courses to repeat, grades required to be earned, or any other activities students must complete. The student’s progress under the terms of the Academic Plan is monitored. Failure to adhere to the terms of the Academic Plan, and for all repeated courses, if any course grade is considered failing, the student will not have the opportunity to continue under the reinstatement plan and will be expelled. Additionally, students will be placed on probation until their enrollment cumulative GPA meets the required 2.0 for undergraduates, or the required 3.0 for graduates, and/or raising the credit completion percentage to 67% within the next credit interval described above. Students who do not meet this requirement are subject to expulsion. Students whose GPA fall below minimum allowances at any time after the suspension period will not be granted additional probationary time and will be expelled.
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