University of Guelph 2003-2004 Diploma Program Calendar

VIII--Associate Diploma Regulations and Procedures

Continuation of Study

The continuation of study for Associate Diploma Programs (Schedule 3) applies to all students who register in Diploma Programs at the University of Guelph and its Colleges at Alfred, Kemptville and Ridgetown, and is based on the number of credits attempted.

Schedule 3

Credits granted towards an Associate Diploma for courses completed at other institutions, or in other programs of the University are included in the credit count for continuation of study. Students who have attempted fewer than 2.00 credits will not be subject to continuation of study requirements, but will receive a letter of warning if any course grades are below 60%.

Students who have attempted between 2.00 and 3.00 credits at the time of review:

Cumulative Average (C)

Status of Student

C<50%

Required to Withdraw

C>=50% but C<60%

Probationary Status

C>=60%

Eligible to Continue

Students who have attempted more than 3.00 credits:

If the student's standing is on probation at the time of review, the student's standing will depend first on the semester average, then on the cumulative average.

Semester Average (S) Cumulative Average (C)

Status of Student

S<60%

Required to Withdraw

S>=60% but C<60%

Probationary Status

C>=60%

Eligible to Continue

If the student is eligible to continue at the time of review, the standing will depend on the cumulative average:

Cumulative Average (C)

Status of Student

C<50%

Required to Withdraw

C>=50% but C<60%

Probationary Status

C>=60%

Eligible to Continue




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Last revised: 14 May 2003

2003 Office of Registrarial Services, University of Guelph