Advising/Access Code Form
Student Name:________________________________
Star ID/Student ID: ____________________________
Star ID is used to login to computers, access D2L Brightspace, eServices and NCTC email
Major(s): Major _____________________/_____________________/_____________________
Complete and submit Change in Student Status form to update major
Check Transcript / Review Degree Audit Report (DARS)
Login to eServices, click on Academic Records and select Degree Audit Report
DARS tracks your progress towards graduation. It shows courses completed and courses still needed to complete your degree
Transfer student? Check to see that transfer credits are recorded appropriately in DARS
Fresh Start eligibility reviewed with academic advisor; form submitted to Registrar if applicable.
Developmental Courses (Math and/or English) needed? “C” or better is required
Developmental courses needed: _____________________________________________________
o Math Foundations (MATH 0080) is NOT financial aid eligible!!
Know Your GPA and Course Completion Rate
High School GPA ____________ Northland GPA __________ Completion Rate____________
Currently on _______ Warning _______ Probation
o Eligibility for financial aid may be at risk if on warning, probation or suspension
o 150% and impact on financial aid eligibility
Registration: Meet with advisor to obtain access code and review progress each semester
Access code: ____________________/_____________________.
o Enter in eServices
once each semester
VA: Students using Veterans Education Benefits should contact the Veterans Certifying Official
Service Learning: For more information see http://www.northlandcollege.edu/academics/service-learning/.
__________N/A __________Completed __________ Discussed
Graduation: Must complete Graduation Application for degree to be conferred. Application deadlines are October 15 and March 1
Attention Students
Take Action and drop classes to avoid financial liability! If you do not attend class during the first 5 days, you will receive FN
grade(s) and will be expected to pay tuition and fees. Sign in to eServices and drop classes timely.
Tuition Refunds: 100% refund provided only through the 5
th
day of the semester or prior to the 2
nd
class meeting for any class that
starts after the first day of the semester. After these dates, refunds are provide only for total withdraws per Policy 2090.
Avoid drop for non-payment! Take action at least 15 days prior to the start of the semester to avoid having classes cancelled.
o Make the appropriate down payment or have FAFSA on file at NCTC
Northwest Technical College-Bemidji and/or Alexandria Technical College partner college online courses
o Student must take separate action to pay tuition and fees directly to NTC or Alex Tech through eservices
o Books must be ordered through NTC and/or Alex Tech directly
Bookstore: Books may be charged against your student account or financial aid for both online and on-campus courses.
Email: NCTC student email is our official means of communication; check regularly. Students can login to their email
account using starID@go.minnstate.edu
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Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy - Warning and/or Suspension
The SAP policy has two requirements that students must meet:
1. Students must earn an appropriate cumulative GPA. For most students this is a 2.00 cumulative GPA or higher.
Students who have attempted 5 or less credits may have a 0.00 cumulative GPA
Students who have attempted 6 to 23 credits must have a 1.75 cumulative GPA
Students who have attempted 24 or more credits must have a 2.00 cumulative GPA
2.
Students must earn an appropriate percent of completion. For most students this is a 67% cumulative percent
completed.
Students who have attempted 5 or less credits may have a 0% completion rate.
Students who have attempted 6 or more credits must have a 67% cumulative completion rate.
GPA: Grades are on a point system: A=4 points, B=3 points, C=2 points, D=1 point and F=0 points. Take the grade and multiply it by the
number of credits that class is worth: For example a B is worth 3 points - multiply it by a 3 credit class = 9 GPA points. Divide 9 GPA points by 3
credits (if it’s your only class) and your GPA is 3.00.
Subject
Class
Credits
Grade
Credit Earned
GPA Credit
GPA Points
BIOL 2252
Anatomy & Physiology I
3.00
B
3.00
3.00
9.00
CPTR 1104
Intro to Computers
3.00
C
3.00
3.00
6.00
ENGL 1111
Composition I
3.00
D
3.00
3.00
3.00
PSYC 1105
Intro to Psychology
3.00
F
0.00
3.00
0.00
18 GPA points divided by 12 GPA credits=
1.50 GPA=WARNING and/or SUSPENSION!
12 credits
attempted
9 credits
earned
12 GPA
credits
18 points
FW grades count against GPA and completion rate.
FN grades do not count in GPA but do count in completion rate.
Check out this link to calculate GPA: http://www.northlandcollege.edu/admissions/transfer-students/transfer-resources/
scroll down and click
on GPA calculator.
Percent completed: Earned credits compared to attempted credits must be 67% or higher.
Subject
Class
Credits
Grade
Credit Earned
GPA Credit
GPA Points
BIOL 2252
Anatomy &Physiology I
3.00
W
0.00
0.00
0.00
CPTR 1104
Intro to Computers
3.00
W
0.00
0.00
0.00
ENGL 1111
Composition I
3.00
A
3.00
3.00
12.00
PSYC 1105
Intro to Psychology
3.00
A
3.00
3.00
12.00
12 credits attempted divided by 6 credits
earned=50%= WARNING and/or SUSPENSION!
12 credits
attempted
6 credits
earned
6 GPA
credits
24 points
How can I get A’s, be a 4.00 student, and still go on Warning?!? By withdrawing from too many classes and falling below 67%!
Calculations are not rounded up, so 66.6666% is considered not meeting the 67% completion requirements.
W-Withdrawal: There may be many reasons for withdrawing from a course. Visit with an academic advisor or counselor to discuss options
prior to withdrawing. Withdraws must be completed by the date indicated in eServices. Withdraw grades do not lower GPA.
Warning: The first time your overall GPA falls below 2.00 AND/OR your cumulative completion rate falls below 67%,
YOU ARE STILL ALLOWED TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES, however, to avoid suspension at the end of the term:
You need to raise your cumulative completion rate to 67% or higher AND
Raise your cumulative GPA to 2.00 or higher.
Suspension: While on warning, if you do not earn a cumulative 2.0 GPA and/or 67% completion rate or higher you will be suspended.
Suspension terms are one calendar year.
Students returning after suspension should not assume that financial aid will be reinstated. An approved financial aid appeal is
required for financial aid to be reinstated.
Appeals: You may appeal suspension if you have extenuating circumstances. Extenuating circumstances may include, but are not limited to
the following: death of a relative, illness, injury, or hospitalization of the student. Documentation of the extenuating circumstance must be
submitted with the appeal.
Notifications are sent to your NCTC email at the end of the semester if you are on a warning or suspension status. This information can also
be found on your eServices Dashboard.
Please contact the financial aid office to determine eligibility for financial aid.
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