Grades Acceptable for Pursuit

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Grades Acceptable for Pursuit

Pursuit of program is one element of the good academic standing requirement and is a measure of the student’s effort to complete a specified percentage of the minimum full-time or part-time course load in an aid-supported semester. Grades acceptable for meeting the pursuit requirement include passing and failing grades of A through F and any other grade that signifies that the student completed all assignments and attended the entire term.

Incomplete (“I”) grades that school policy requires to be converted to a passing or failing letter grade no later than the end of the following term can also be used to satisfy pursuit.

Withdrawal grades such as “W”, “WF”, “WP” and any other grade that indicates a student did not complete the term are not acceptable for pursuit purposes.

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Failure to Pursue