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  1. GPA, Forms, and Procedures Prof. Bill White Bus. 101-301 For Business, Economics, and CIS Majors

  2. Disclaimer The following is only to serve as a general guide. It may not be complete or totally accurate. It is the students’ responsibility to check the appropriate Catalog and speak with their advisors.

  3. Computing Your GPA GradeGPEIf 4 Unit Course A 4.0 per unit 16.0 A- 3.7 14.8 B+ 3.3 13.2 B 3.0 12.0 B- 2.7 10.8 C+ 2.3 9.2 C 2.0 8.0 C- 1.7 6.8 D+ 1.3 5.2 D 1.0 4.0 D- 0.7 2.8 F/U 0.0 0.0 GPA = Grade Point Average GPE = Grade Points Earned

  4. Computing Your GPA(Divide Total Grade Points Earned By Total Units Earned In Classes In Which You Received A Grade) CourseGrade/GPEUnits/HRSGPE/Course MATH102 C-/1.7 4 6.8 ENG 101 B/3.0 4 12.0 BUS 200 A-/3.7 4 14.8 BUS 101 B/3.0 26.0 TOTALS 14* 39.6** Your GPA For The Quarter = 39.6**/14* = 2.83 GPE = Grade Points Earned Units = Credits = HRS = Hours

  5. What A Grade Report Looks Like CourseTitleGradeUnitsGPE CIS 301 Comp Bus Sys C 4 8.0 MGMT 301 Bus Comm C 4 8.0 PHIL 325 Violence & Ethics D 4 4.0 Probation GPBD: 12.0 AHRS EHRS QHRS QPTS GPA Current 12 12 12.00 20.00 1.67 Cumulative 102 102 100.00 188.00 1.88 A = Attempted E = Earned Q = Quality PTS = Points

  6. Computing A Grade Point Balance Deficiency (GPBD)(Applies to 2001-2003 and earlier Catalogs) GradeGrade Pts.times# 0f Units (Assume 4) A +2.0 +8.0 (2.0 x 4) A- +1.7 +6.8 (1.7 x 4) B+ +1.3 +5.2 (1.3 x 4) B +1.0 +4.0 (1.0 x 4) B- + .7 +2.8 (.7 x 4) C+ + .3 +1.2 (.3 x4) C 0.0 0.0 C- - .3 -1.2 (-.3 x 4) D+ - .7 -2.8 (-.7 x 4) D - 1.0 -4.0 (-1.0 x 4) D- - 1.3 -5.2 (-1.3 x 4) F/U - 2.0 -8.0 (-2 x 4)

  7. Probation and Disqualification • Students place themselves on probation when when their overall GPA is less than a “C” (2.0). Thus, their overall GPBD is negative. They remain on probation until this is corrected or they are disqualified. • Students whose GPBD reaches the following are disqualified: Class LevelGPAGPBD Freshman (0-44 units) <1.50 22 Sophomore (45-89 units) <1.70 22 Juniors (90-134 units) <1.85 13 Seniors (135+ units) <1.95 9

  8. Probation and Disqualification (continued) A GPBD Example

  9. Probation and Disqualification (continued) • When placed on probation, students must attend a Probation Workshop. (Temporarily discontinued.) • When disqualified, students may petition for reinstatement. They must go to the Undergraduate Advisement Center/SH 256B to begin the process. • If denied reinstatement, students must: • hold an exit interview with their academic advisor, and complete a contract describing what must be achieved before being allowed to return. • stay out of school at least 2 quarters, and then reapply for admission to the University and the CBE.

  10. Repeating Courses For Academic Renewal • Students may repeat a course one time if the grade is lower than a “C,” and have the first grade not counted in their GPA/GPDB. • This procedure is limited to a maximum 20 units, and only applies to courses taken at CSLA. • Students should file the petition by the add deadline of the quarter in which they repeat the course. Retroactive petitions may or may not be accepted. • Check the catalog for more academic renewal information.

  11. Forms and Procedures • Declaring/Changing Programs Forms • Major, option, minor, and certificate • Forms in appropriate department or SH 256B • Course/Class Changes • Initial add through STAR • Instructions in Schedule of Classes • ADD Appeal • Form in Option department or SH 256B • After ADD Deadline, requires instructor’s and Dpt. Chair signatures, and possibly others. Check requirements each quarter.

  12. Forms and Procedures (continued) • Course/Class Changes (continued) • Drop Request Form • Form in Option department or SH 256B • After first week/”W” Period, requires instructor’s and Dpt. Chair signatures • After 8th week/Emergency Withdrawal Period, add Dean’s signature • Incomplete Grade Agreement • Form with instructor. Get his/her signature

  13. Forms and Procedures (continued) • Petitions to Change Requirements • General Academic Petition For Undergraduate Requirements Form • Form in Option department or SH 256B • Use for ALL G.E. requirements • Advisor and recommending Dpt.’s signatures • Course Substitution Requests • Form in Option department or SH 256B • Use for degree requirement in MAJOR • Advisor and Dpt. offering course signatures

  14. Forms and Procedures (continued) • Registration/Admission Issues • Petition for Student Leave of Absence • Form in ADM 146, Option Dpt. or SH 256B • Use if you plan to be absent more than 2 quarters • See catalog for rules and procedures • Concurrent Enrollment at Another School in the CSU System • Form in SA 101 • See catalog for rules and procedures • Dual Registration • Form in SA 101 • See catalog for rules and procedures

  15. Forms and Procedures (continued) • Graduation Forms • Advisor Approved Electives • Form in Option department or SH 256B • Advisor’s signature • Bachelor’s Degree Worksheet (Grad Check) • Form in ADM 146 or SH 256B • Submit 2 quarters before expected graduation quarter • Grades • Petition for Academic Renewal By Course Repetition • Form in ADM 146, Option Dpt., or SH 256B • Only for 20 units. Once per course. Only for grades “C-” or less. • Only student signature. See advisor. • Appeals -- You can appeal anything. Who knows?