2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog

Quantitative Progress

Quantitative progress requires students to successfully complete a certain percentage of attempted courses. Final quantitative progress will be determined at the end of each trimester. To be considered making satisfactory academic progress, undergraduate and graduate students must pass at least 67% of the cumulative credit hours which they have attempted.

A credit completion rate is the ratio of a student’s total credits successfully completed to the student’s total attempted credits. Attempted credits include successfully completed courses, courses dropped after the drop/add period, failed courses, repeated courses, course withdrawals and transfer credits that have been accepted by the University.