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Unformatted text preview: isfactory Academic Progress All graduate students who receive financial assistance must maintain a minimum G.P.A. as established by the student’s specific program. In the event that a student fails to meet these standards as established by New England College, the student will be placed on financial aid probation. A student in this category may receive financial aid during one probationary semester, providing he or she meets academic conditions required to maintain eligibility. When a student fails to meet the academic conditions of financial aid probation, he or she is considered to be making “unsatisfactory progress” and is placed on financial aid suspension during which all financial aid is terminated. A student will be reconsidered for financial aid only when enough credits have been completed to make up any credits short of satisfactory progress and/or the student has met any other conditions associated with the suspension. Accessing Transcripts and Grades; Transcript request Final grades and unofficial transcripts are available to students through the college’s MYNEC web services. Students are entitled to examine and make copies of any graded examinations and papers not handed back in class. Official transcript requests must be submitted in writing to the Registrar’s Office. To obtain an official transcript from New England College, students and alum must submit a signed request to the Office of the Registrar. The Transcript Request form is available for download at http://www.nec.edu/sgps/current. Standards in Academic Work A student is expected to be the author of all course work (including quizzes, tests, papers, laboratory work, art projects, etc.) he/she submits, whether for a grade or not. By seeking credit or recognition for work that is not his/her own, a student engages in an act of academic dishonesty that is a serious offense in a college community. There are two kinds of academic dishonesty: cheating and plagiarism. Cheating includes giving or receiving...
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