Academic Progress

CCC&TI’s academic standards policies attempt to encourage academic success and prevent student failure. The policies governing academic progress at CCC&TI are intended to assist students in completing their program of study in a timely manner. Procedures are designed to identify students experiencing academic difficulty and to ensure effective and fair corrective action. These procedures are supported by both the faculty and staff who are committed to:

  • inform all students of minimum academic standards and grading procedures,
  • identifying and alerting students displaying signs of academic difficulty early in the semester through the CCC&TI Early Alert Process,
  • providing recommendations and opportunities for corrective action to such students,
  • notify all students of their grade point average immediately following the end of the semester. Note: Copies of the policies for specific programs in health sciences are distributed to each student enrolled and are available with each program director and in the office of Student Services.

Students enrolled in a degree, diploma or certificate program are expected to maintain satisfactory academic progress toward the completion of the requirements for their program. 

A minimum program grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 is required to graduate with a credential from CCC&TI. The Office of Records and Registration reviews student transcripts at the end of each semester to determine if the student is progressing toward graduation. Students will be notified at the end of the semester of their academic progress through their student email account.