For complete information about academic standing, see the Undergraduate Catalog.
For complete information about grades, see the Undergraduate Catalog.
Placement decisions are made at the beginning of a student's first semester, based on the student's performance on the ESL placement test. Students will be given an overall level rating (either 200 or 300 level) and placed into courses at that level. Based on students' performance in the first two weeks of classes, their placement will be finalized by the instructors.
No student may be recommended for promotion into the 300 level unless they have successfully completed the 200 level. A student's semester average must be at least a 2.0 in order to have successfully completed a level. Any disputes about promotion go through the ESL Coordinator.
Matriculation. No student may be recommended for matriculation into the University unless they have successfully completed the 300 level or have met University English proficiency requirements in some other way. Any disputes about matriculation go through the ESL Coordinator.
For complete information about final examinations, see the Undergraduate Catalog.