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Course Grades

A = 90-100 and pass the Exit Test if required B = 80-89 and pass the Exit Test if required C = 70-79 and pass the Exit Test if required IP = 60-69 or did not pass the Exit Test if required F = 0-59 course average W = Withdrawal by mid-term WF = Student-initiated withdrawal after mid-term

Students who earn a grade of IP, F, W or WF must repeat the course.

To pass the COMPASS Exit Test, you must score a 37 or higher. Students who scored at least a 400 on the SAT math (17 on the ACT math, or 37 on the Entrance Exam) and are not CPC deficient are exempt from taking the exit exam. Only official SAT/ACT scores sent from the College Board to GPC are used to determine exempt status. If you have the appropriate score to be exempt, you must have your scores sent from the College Board to GPC. A personal copy of your scores will not be accepted as official proof of your ACT/SAT scores.

GPC LEARNING & TUTORING CENTERS Free on-campus tutoring (and some online tutoring) for GPC students

Dunwoody Campus: http://www.gpc.edu/~duniss Clarkston Campus: http://www.gpc.edu/~claiss Decatur Campus: http://www.gpc.edu/~deciss Newton Campus: http://www.gpc.edu/newton-ltc Lawrenceville Campus: http://www.gpc.edu/ ~lawiss

Regent’s Test Policy

Students are required to take the Regent’s test. Each student has two attempts to pass this test before he or she accumu- lates 45 hours of collegiate credit. After two attempts, or after reaching 45 hours, a student will be required to take classes to prepare for the test. These classes are three credit hours each. (The test is free; the courses require tuition payment.) After accumulating 45 or more credit hours, a student may not take any collegiate level courses until he or she completes the preparation classes and passes the Regent’s test. Students should sign up for the test when enrolled in or immediately fol- lowing the completion of ENGL 1102 and prior to accumulating 45 credit hours.

College Policies

CHEATING/ PLAGIARISM POLICY. Cheating of any kind may result in a penalty ranging from a grade of zero for the work in question to a grade of "F" in the course AND will be referred to the College Court for assignment of penalty that may include suspension from the College. Referral to the College Court is required whether the student admits or denies the violation. Click on the following link for detailed information on what constitutes cheating: http://www.gpc.edu/~mcse/policy/Revised%20Policies_2006_04/Academic%20Honesty%20Policy.htm.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT STATEMENT. If you are a student with a disability as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act and your require assistance or support services, please seek assistance through the Cen- ter for Disability Services. You must notify the instructor within the first week of the semester that you have a disability and provide documentation to Clarkston’s Center for Disability Services.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT. No person shall, on the basis of age, race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, national origin or dis- ability, be excluded from participation in, or be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity of Georgia Perime- ter College.

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATEMENT. Georgia Perimeter College adheres to affirmative action policies designed to promote diversity and equal oppor- tunity for all faculty and students.

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