Any student who is not making normal progress toward graduation may be placed on academic probation or required to leave the College. Each student is responsible for seeing that graduation requirements are fulfilled as listed in the applicable issue of the College catalog by the anticipated date of graduation.
Courses in which students received a grade of U or F do not count toward the 32-course graduation requirement. Courses in which students received a grade of U or F do not count toward the 32-course graduation requirement. All students should be in touch with their advisor and the Office of Registrar to review graduation requirements. Students can review their progress toward graduation by reviewing their Academic Requirements report in their Student Center. Students can also review their Academic Requirements report at the Office of the Registrar. A list of the specific courses that may be used to satisfy the curricular goals may be found on the Registrar's web page.Each student is responsible for being sure that graduation requirements are fulfilled by the anticipated date of graduation. The College normally requires students to complete degree requirements in effect at the time of their original enrollment and the major requirements in effect at the time that students declare the major at the end of the first year or during the sophomore year. Rising seniors and seniors should look for emails from the Office of the Registrar regarding their progress toward graduation.