Student Engagement/Student Success, Satisfactory Academic Progress & Default Prevention Workshop
This workshop covers the following topics
- Student Engagement/Student Success
- Satisfactory Academic Progress
- Default Prevention
Academic Appeal (General) = GPA Requirement Not Met
Students who have not maintained Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) (did not meet GPA standards) will be required to submit this appeal form as well as submit the additional documents listed on the form. To Avoid Delays, carefully read the appeal form and submit ALL required components and documents.
View Sample Appeal Letters
Pace of Progression Appeal Form = Failure To Complete At Least 67%
Students must submit the Pace Appeal form if they have not maintained Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) by successfully completing 2/3 (66.67%) of all attempted course work as well as complete the steps outlined in the workshop. To Avoid Delays, carefully read the appeal form and submit ALL required components and documents. The Academic Plan Restricted Course List (RCL) must be completed with an Academic Advisor.
Maximum Timeframe Appeal 2012-2013 = Exceeds Maximum Timeframe
A student who has attempted more than 150% of the credits needed to complete their program of study at PVCC or who have already earned a college degree will be required to request an Academic Extension to maintain financial aid eligibility. The Academic Plan Restricted Course List (RCL) must be completed with an Academic Advisor. Student may only enroll in classes listed on the RCL or risk voiding their appeal.
Addendum to Academic Plan
Student may submit an Academic Plan Restricted Course List Addendum (RCLA) if the original RCL needs modification. If you previously, had a Maximum Timeframe Appeal approved and wish to change your program, you must complete a new Maximum Timeframe Appeal. To Avoid Delays, carefully read the RCLA and follow all directions.
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