What is Academic Progress (AP)?
Students seeking a degree or certificate are considered to be in good academic standing if they making satisfactory academic progress defined as at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) and a minimum cumulative credit completion rate of 67%. Additionally, federal/state aid recipients, must be able to complete the declared degree or certificate within 150% of the program length (maximum time frame)
Degree and certificate seeking students will be evaluated using the following criteria:
- Cumulative GPA of at least 2.0
- Cumulative credit completion rate of at least 67% (Completed BMCC credits, divided by attempted BMCC credits)
- Able to complete within 150% of declared degree or certificate program’s length (Federal and State aid recipients)
Consecutive means back-to-back terms of attendance. Examples:
- Spring and fall (non-attendance summer term)
- Fall and winter
- Fall and spring (non-attendance winter term)
Successful completion of a course includes grades of A, B, C, D, and P.
Students placed on Academic Suspension will have a registration hold placed on their student record and will be unable to register or remain registered for future terms until they have met with their Success Coach and:
- Submitted an AP appeal; OR
- Had a break of enrollment of two (2) or more years.
Appeal Process: Student will need to meet with their Success Coach to complete the Academic Progress Appeal. Appeals are reviewed on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month.