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Academic Progress

Good Academic Standing: Students are in good academic standing when they have earned the minimum cumulative grade point average and completed the minimum number of total credits for Satisfactory Academic Progress

Academic Probation: At the end of each semester, students who have not met the standard for both minimum CGPA and minimum credits earned are placed on Academic Probation. During the probationary semester, students continue to take classes at Mount Ida with the goal of returning to Good Academic Standing. Students on probation are not eligible to participate in NCAA athletics.

Academic Suspension: Students on probation who fail to return to Good Academic Standing at the end of their probationary semester are academically suspended for a minimum of one semester. Any student who earns 0.0 credits at the conclusion of any semester can be suspended. Suspended students may not take classes at Mount Ida during the period of their suspension, nor may they live on campus. At the end of the semester, students may complete a Request for Reactivation form to return to the College. If allowed, the student returns to Mount Ida College on probation, with an academic progression plan that outlines the conditions of the return. Students who are placed on probation, return to good standing, and are subsequently placed on probation following any other semester may be suspended.

Academic Dismissal: Students who have been suspended more than once may be academically dismissed from the College for a period of at least one year. At the end of the year, students may complete a Request for Reactivation form to return to the College. If allowed, the student returns to Mount Ida College on probation, with an academic progression plan that outlines the conditions of the return.

For more information visit the student catalog

 

Fall Open House

Saturday, October 28 Beginning at 9 AM

This special event is our biggest prospective student visit day of the year, and will take place Saturday, October 28. The day includes a college overview presentation, tours of campus, the residence halls, and special facilities, as well as a community fair, with tables set up for every major at the college as well as tables for student life and student services.