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Bellevue College Policies
Students Right-To-Know Act
Academic Forgiveness Policy
Academic Progress
Animals on Campus
Children on Campus
Classroom Behavioral Standards
Complaint Policy
Copyright and Fair Use Policy
Copyrighted Digital Material
Disclosure of Social Security
Discrimination, Harassment and
Drug-Free Environment
Equal Opportunity
Family Education Rights and
          Privacy Act (FERPA)
Financial Responsibilities
Grievance Procedures
Parking and Traffic Regulations
Refunds and Administrative Fees
Refund Procedures
Sexual Harassment
Smoking on Campus
Student Code
Student Rights and Freedoms
Vendor Policy
Withdrawing from Classes
Academic Progress
Excerpt from Policy:
Students are making academic progress when they have attempted 30 or more college-level credits and 
  • Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher and
  • Complete at least 75 percent of the credits attempted and
  • Complete their degree/certificate before reaching 125 percent of the required credits
Students who reach 85 percent of the college-level credits required for their degree/certificate will be notified by the office of the dean of student services that they should be nearing completion and inform them of the 125 percent requirement to meet the academic progress standard. Students who reach 125 percent of the college-level credits required for their degree/certificate will be required to meet with a counselor for approval of any additional courses. Courses approved will only be those necessary for completion of the degree.

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