When the last day of classes is over for the semester and all final exams have been given, the faculty will submit their students’ final grades. The Office of the Registrar will commit those grades to the students’ academic history. This process is referred to as End-of-Term Grade Processing. The Records Office will notify students through their Cat Mail when to log on to their BannerWeb Account and view their academic history for the following information:
- Final grades for each course
- Semester Grade Point Average (GPA)
- Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA)
- Student’s Academic Standing
Students with a Cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 are considered in Good Standing with the institution. Any student with less than a cumulative 2.0 GPA will receive a cautionary letter from the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA) informing the individual that their academic performance is less than satisfactory. Refer to Academic Progress for more information about Standings.
Students with any of the following Standings are not eligible to attend EGSC for the specified period of time with one exception. That exception is the appeal process that allows students to write an appeal by completing the Letter of Appeal for Academic Standing form and submit it by fax or in-person to the Office of the VPAA. These appeals are reviewed by the Admissions Records (AR) Appeals Committee according to the specified time-frame noted on the Academic Calendar:
- Exclusion a Term (semester)
- Exclusion a Year
- Learning Support Dismissal One Year
- Students can request a formal appeal before the year exclusion period ends with proof of documented remediation and a passing exit compass score.
Any time a student cannot attend or chooses not to attend EGSC for two or more consecutive semesters, that individual must complete a Former Student Application form and submit it to the Office of the Registrar two weeks prior to the start of a semester for processing before the student can participate in registration.