Las oficinas de CC Puerto Rico estarán cerradas desde el Martes 19 hasta el Viernes 22 de Septiembre
updated September 19 at 9:00am

Esto debido al paso del Huracán María.  Trataremos de mantenernos disponibles por medio de correo electrónico por cualquier urgencia. Tan pronto reanudemos labores, le comunicaremos por este medio, inclusive el estatus del horario del fin de semana. Nuestros mejores deseos para que este fenomeno de la naturaleza no afecte profundamente a nuestro pueblo puertorriqueño.

Academic Progress & Probation

Satisfactory Academic Progress

Cambridge College undergraduate students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 to be considered as making satisfactory academic progress. 

Cambridge College graduate students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 to be considered as making satisfactory academic progress. 

Academic Probation

Academic Probation is an official warning issued by the dean’s office when a student falls below satisfactory academic progress (2.0 GPA at the undergraduate level, 3.0 at the graduate level).  A student who has been placed on academic probation will be closely monitored over the next three terms in which they enroll. 

If it is determined that a student will be placed on academic probation, a Notice of Academic Probation will be issued by the dean’s office. The student must adhere to the following protocol upon notification:

  • The student must meet their academic advisor within two weeks of receiving the notice of academic probation and sign the notice of academic probation.
  • The student must meet with the academic dean or designee within two weeks of meeting with the academic advisor and review the notice of academic probation.
  • International students must meet with the director of international student services or designee immediately upon receiving the notification of academic probation to discuss potential visa ramifications.

A copy of the notification of academic probation is given to the Registrar’s office for inclusion in the student’s file. Academic probation is in effect for three terms of registration.

Any failing (F), no-show (NS), no credit incomplete (NCI), or no credit (NC) grades that a student on academic probation receives during the following three terms of enrollment may result in indefinite suspension from their academic program. The student will not be allowed to re-enroll without permission from the dean. When the academic probation is lifted the Registrar’s Office is notified.

A student may appeal the probation or suspension decision, in writing, to the Provost or designee. The appeal should be made within three business days after receiving the probation/suspension notice and should include a clear explanation and documentation to support the appeal. The Provost or designee will make a decision within five business days. The decision by the Provost or designee is final.