Academic Standing Requirements
Students will be evaluated for placement on the Dean's Honour Roll at the end of each semester. To achieve Dean's Honour Roll standing students must be in good standing and:
- achieve a semester GPA of 3.50
- complete a minimum of 12 Langara credit hours in the semester being evaluated with at least 9 of those credits having been completed in normally graded courses i.e. “A+” to “F” grades (courses graded on a pass/fail or “S"/"U” basis will not be included in the semester GPA calculation).
Dean’s Honour Roll standing will appear on a student’s academic transcript. The number of students who may achieve the standing is not limited and all students who meet the criteria will be recognized.
This is effective as of Fall Semester 2013.
The status of a student who is not on Academic Probation, Academic Suspension, or other suspension.
Refer to the Academic Standing – Academic Probation and Academic Suspension Policy for additional information.
This is in effect as of Fall 2013.
Semester grade point average of 1.50 or higher and no more than one letter grade of “F”, “N”, or “U” for that semester. Students registered in courses/programs at Langara are expected to maintain a minimum academic standard and will be placed on academic probation or academic suspension if they fail to do so.
Students will be placed on academic probation if they have failed to achieve the minimum academic standard in their most recent semester.
Students on academic probation are permitted to register in the next semester, but they should consult a Langara Counsellor for academic advice. The College will inform students of, and encourage them to use, services available to support their academic studies and goals.
To return to good standing, students on academic probation must achieve the minimum academic standard in the subsequent semester. Students who do not attend Langara immediately following the semester in which they were placed on academic probation will remain on academic probation in the next semester in which they register.
Students in career programs may be governed by additional departmental policies and procedures.
See the Langara College Academic Standing – Academic Probation and Academic Suspension Policy for additional information on academic probation.
Students on academic probation who do not achieve the minimum academic standard in their next semester will be placed on academic suspension.
Students on a first academic suspension will not be permitted to register for the following three semesters. Students returning after a first academic suspension must notify Registrar and Enrolment Services of their intention to return. Students will be restricted to eleven credits and will be on academic probation when they re-register at the College. In career programs and arts and science limited enrolment programs, the Program Coordinator or Department Chair will decide on the course load limit.
Students on academic suspension may return to their studies before the completion of the normal suspension period after successful completion of academic remediation. Refer to Appendix 1 of the Langara College Academic Standing – Academic Probation and Academic Suspension Policy.
To achieve good standing, students returning after a first academic suspension must achieve the minimum academic standard in their first semester following the academic suspension. Students who do not achieve good standing will be placed on a second academic suspension, which will result in a longer stand-out period and will require an application in writing to Registrar and Enrolment Services for re-admission to the College. Re-admission is not automatic and not guaranteed.
See the Langara College Academic Standing – Academic Probation and Academic Suspension Policy for additional information on academic suspensions.