Are You Stuck or Moving Forward?
Making the transition to college can be hard enough. Understanding all the rules and how they apply to you, can be quite a challenge. Take some time to look through policies related to academic and financial aid good standing and if you are unsure about something—ask!
The Satisfactory Academic Progress policy requires students to make satisfactory progress toward their degree to be eligible for financial aid at Michigan Tech.
Academic standing is an important aspect of each student’s progress toward attaining their degree from Michigan Tech. It is the responsibility of students to stay informed about their academic standing.
Students having academic difficulty may be asked to withdraw from specific courses, be placed on academic probation, be academically suspended, or dismissed from the University.
Choosing the correct curriculum and degree options can transform how you manage your academic career.
The interactive degree audit compares undergraduate student course work against the specific requirements that are in place for a student’s degree program.
For each USLG, there is a description as well as links to approved Michigan Tech USLG rubric(s) and information about the goal committee that is working on that goal.