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  1. Policy 7.11 ReviewAcceptance of C- Grades AGC April 9, 2013 Amy Koning

  2. Team • Amy Koning, Associate Dean of Operations, SWD • Diane Patrick, Registrar and Associate Dean of Student Records • Peggy Schoenborn, Business Faculty • Erin Busscher, Transfer and Articulation Coordinator

  3. Language clarification Old Proposed GRCC will continue its current practice of accepting grades of C- from transfer institutions. When prerequisites are determined for progression within a degree, a grade of C- or higher must be earned. • GRCC will continue its current practice of accepting grades of C- for transfer and, when prerequisites have the attainment of a specific grade attached to them, that grade will be C-.

  4. Language clarification Old New Only those departments that offer subject specific degrees pre-requisites, as noted in the current catalog, may continue to use a grade of C or some other earned grade/score to determine progression within their particular in adegree program or discipline(e.g. Associate Degree in Nursing and Associate in Music). These departments will continue to accept C- grades from transfer institutions. • Only those departments that offer subject specific degrees (e.g. Health Occupations and Music, and others listed in the College Catalog) may continue to use a grade of C or some other earned grade/score to determine progression within their particular degree programs (e.g. Associate Degree in Nursing and Associate in Music). These departments will continue to accept C- grades for transfer.

  5. Does this clarification fulfill the needs of all departments?

  6. Vote for approval of revised policy as presented.