Developmental Studies Standards of Progress
A student's academic progress at Central Carolina Technical College is determined by his/her current semester and cumulative grade point average.
- If the student enters the College and requires Developmental Studies (DVS) classes, the student will be required to maintain satisfactory progress as measured by grades of XA, XB, or XC in the required courses.
- If the student's progress is unsatisfactory as measured by grades of XF in 50 percent or more of his or her DVS classes, the student will be placed on a warning status. Any student on warning who fails to earn satisfactory grades in 50 percent or more of his or her DVS classes by end of the warning semester of work will be placed on probation. Any student who fails to earn satisfactory grades in 50 percent or more of his or her DVS classes at the end of the probationary semester of work will be suspended.
- Enrollment in developmental studies classes numbering 031 and 032 shall be limited to a maximum of 30 hours. Exceptions will be granted only to an individual who meets the College's Standards of Progress and has the approval of the Vice-President for Student Affairs. All attempted hours of enrollment in classes numbering 031 and 032 shall be counted to include earned grades of XWF, XF, WA and W.
- Academic warning, academic probation and academic suspension are separate and independent of financial aid warning, probation, and suspension. Appeals for academic suspension must be submitted to the Registrar. Students should contact the Director of Financial Aid if they have questions concerning Financial Aid warning, probation, or suspension.