- Get Started
- Explore Programs
- Student Services
- Student Life
- International Students
- About SVC
Your second consecutive quarter with 5 credits or more and less than a 2.00 GPA for the quarter will place you on PROBATION. This is an important academic "wake-up call" because two quarters below a 2.00 begins to erode your cumulative GPA and may threaten your ability to graduate from Skagit Valley College.
Enrolling the next quarter in at least 5 credits and earning a 2.00 GPA or higher for the quarter will remove you from PROBATION.
While you may be removed from PROBATION by earning a quarterly GPA of 2.00 or above in 5 or more credits, depending on how low your previous quarters were, you may still have a cumulative college level GPA below a 2.00. If this is the case, you should still consider yourself in academic jeopardy because of the 2.00 minimum GPA required for graduation. Following ANY academic progress notifications from the college, you should pay close attention to your cumulative college level GPA each quarter to assure you are making good academic progress toward graduation.
If you enroll in 5 or more credits and earn less than a 2.00 GPA for the quarter, you will be DROPPED: LOW SCHOLARSHIP.