A student who has passed through all stages from “Academic Warning”, to “Academic Probation”’ to “Academic Suspension”, to “Re-admission” to “Academic Probation” and still has not attained a 2.0 GPA in the semester following “Academic Suspension”, will be separated from the College under the status of “Academic Expulsion”. In this status, the student, if qualified, is eligible to register for non-degree programmes offered by the College.
Students will be allowed to repeat the same course for as long as they are registered for a programme. For any course repeated, only credits from the last attempt will be used in the computation of the final grade-point average (GPA) and for meeting the graduation requirements. Students will not be allowed to repeat a course merely to improve their grade-point average after the certification has been awarded.