Undergraduate degree students and nondegree students enrolled in Metropolitan College undergraduate courses are expected to maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0. The Academic Standing Committee reviews all students enrolled in undergraduate courses. Any student falling below a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 is subject to review and may be placed on probation, or be academically dismissed from the College. Students receive formal notification of the review and the level of performance required to allow them to continue at Metropolitan College. Academic reviews are conducted at the end of each semester, in January, June, and August.
Graduate students matriculating in Metropolitan College degree programs are required to maintain high levels of achievement to remain in good standing in their programs. In order for a course to count toward degree requirements, a certain letter grade has to be earned. Acceptable grades for graduate courses vary by program. Please refer to the guidelines of your academic department or program office. A grade point average below 3.0 constitutes grounds for academic probation.