Students who fail to complete a cumulative GPA of 2.0 and a completion rate of 67% will immediately be placed on Warning. While being on Warning does NOT prevent you from registering or receiving aid, it does serve as a warning to begin taking steps necessary to turn your academic record around.
We are now offering a program designed to get you back on track called Bounce Back. You will get the opportunity to be matched with an advisor/mentor who will work with you to learn about your strengths and how to apply them towards your educational goals.
We strongly recommend you sign up for the Bounce Back Program. The program will require you to participate in four workshops.
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There is limited availability, please sign up HERE!
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-423-8397.
A student in warning status must achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.0 AND 67% completion in their next semester of enrollment to regain good academic standing. Failure to reach these cumulative requirements will result in suspension.
If you wish to appeal for academic and/or financial reinstatement following suspension from DCTC. If approved, this reinstatement is effective for one semester with successive reinstatements based on your meeting the Satisfactory Academic Progress standards. The Appeals Committee decision will be based only on the written information you provide, so please be as complete as possible.
Upon return from suspension a student will be put on probation status. Minimum requirements upon return: continued probation for academic progress is 2.5 GPA and 75% completion for each semester until cumulative GPA is 2.0 and cumulative completion rate is 67%.
Degree Audit Report (DARS)
A document summarizing program requirements and progression towards graduation.
Desire to Learn (D2L)
All online and blended/hybrid courses are housed on this platform. In-person courses may also have course components on D2L. For further information and resources, please visit https://www.dctc.edu/online-dctc/.
When a student actively removes themselves from a course or courses during the drop period, it does not appear on their transcript and they are not charged for the course.
A student’s one-stop spot to manage all academic and institution records (ex. check grades, register for courses, pay tuition). Please go to www.dctc.edu > current students > login to student e-services.
Failure – Student never attended the course – 0 grade points per credits – is included in GPA calculation.
Failure- The student has attended at least once or has completed some work in the course but then stops participating in the course – 0 grade point credits – is included in GPA calculation.
Many courses are available for wait listing if they are filled. Students may add their names to the wait list within e-services.
When a student actively removes themselves from a course or courses after the drop period, but before 80% of the instructional days have elapsed for the course. Students will receive a grade of “W” and tuition is charged for the course.