Academic Policies, Procedures, and Interpretive Guidance

  • Use this form for new and revised academic policies: Policy Format

Academic Affairs Policies

A

Academic Residency for Baccalaureate and Associate degrees

Academic Residency for Technical Certificates

Active Duty Call-Up

Admissions Standards

Attendance

B

Bachelor of Applied Science Degree Requirements

C

Class Waitlists

Complaint (Student Complaints)

Course Load (Student Load and Limitations)

Course Repeat / Grade Improvement

Credit by Examination and Department Challenge Exam

Credit for Prior Learning through Portfolio Assessment

E

Emergency/Hardship Withdrawal

Exemption from ESSL 290 and ESSL 200 Requirements

F

Faculty Maintenance and Retention of Student Records

Faculty Overload

Faculty Qualification Hiring Policy and Interpretive Guidance

G

Grade Improvement (Course Repeat / Grade Improvement)

Grade of "P" (Pass Grade)

H

Hardship (Emergency/Hardship Withdrawal)

J

J-Term Course Parameter Guidelines

L

Load and Limitations (Student Course Load)

M

Military Credit

N

Non-traditional Credit Guidelines - Military Credit Limits

O

Overload (Faculty)

Overload (Student Load and Limitations)

P

Pass ("P") Grade

R

Residency (Academic) for Baccalaureate and Associate Degrees

Residency (Academic) for Technical Certificates

S

Student Complaints (2017)

Student Load and Limitations (Student Overload)

Student Records, Faculty Maintenance and Retention of 

W

Waitlists (Class Waitlists)

Withdrawal (Emergency/Hardship Withdrawal)

Catalog and General Policies, Procedures, and Guidance

For policies located in the catalog, page numbers are provided below.

A

Academic Integrity (Maverick Guide, p. 21)

Academic Probation and Suspension; p. 42

Academic Renewal (re-enrollment after absence of 5+ years); p. 43

Academic Standards; p.42

Acceptance of Transfer Credits from Other Institutions; p. 19

Accessibility Policy (Distance Education)

Advanced Placement; p. 44

Articulation Agreements

Associate Degree Reaquirements; p. 57

Audit Courses; p. 40

B

Baccalaureate Degree Requirements; p. 50

C

Calculation of Grade Point Average for Graduation; p. 42

Catalog Under Which Student Graduates; p. 49

Concurrent Enrollment Programs

Cooperative Education, Internships and Practica; p. 44

Classification Status (Class Standing); p. 42

D

D2L Essentials (Distance Education)

D2L Orientation Policy and Procedures (Distance Education)

Dual Listed Courses; p. 113

E

English and Mathematics Requirements; p. 41

F

Faculty Addendum to CMU Work Load and Institutional Base Salary

Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Field Trips and Excursions

G

Golden Scholars; p. 40

Grading System; p.42

Graduate Degree Requirements; p. 113

Graduate Policies and Procedure Manual

H

Honor Lists; p. 45

I

Incomplete and In-Progress Grades; p. 42

Independent Study; p. 45

International Baccalaureate

L

Laboratories; p. 45

Limitation on Non-traditional Credit (Non-traditional Credit Guidelines); p. 44

M

Maverick Milestones; p. 41

Minimum GPA; p. 42

Multiple Concentrations Within One Degree; p. 55

N

Non-traditional Credit Guidelines; p. 43

O

Online Course Cap Interpretive Guidance (Distance Education)

Online Teaching Essentials Policies and Procedures (Distance Education)

Online Teaching Essentials Requirement (Distance Education)

P

Peer-to-peer File Sharing

Portfolio Assessment

S

Safety, Violence, Intimidation, Abuse and Discrimination Resolution

Scheduling of Extracurricular Activities

Second Baccalaureate Degree; p. 55

Student Appeals; p. 47

Student Conduct; p. 46

Student Preparation/Academic Engagement for Class Meetings; p. 41

T

Tenure (CMU Professional Personnel Employment Handbook, Section VI.B.)

U

Undergraduate Certificate Requirements; p. 58

Undergraduate Minor Requirements; p. 55

W

Withdrawal Procedures; p. 39