The Registrar’s Office may be reached at 1.855.253.7344 or email@example.com.
Academic Probation and Suspension
Students who earn a GPA of less than 2.0 for a semester are placed on academic probation. The semester GPA is calculated according to the College’s grading system and grade point formula found in sections Grading System and Grade Point Average (GPA) of this catalog.
Students who are placed on academic probation or admitted on probation must earn a minimum of a 2.0 GPA the following semester of attendance to remove themselves from probation. Students who fail to earn a 2.0 GPA while on academic probation are subject to academic suspension.
A student who receives an academic suspension may apply for re-admission after one full semester.
Students may request transfer of credit for course work completed at a nationally or regionally recognized accredited institution. To comply with state policy, West Georgia Technical College requires that a minimum of twenty-five percent (25%) of the course work of a particular program of study be completed at WGTC in order to grant the award. The Registrar may confer with program instructors when determining appropriateness of transfer request but is responsible for final transfer credit approval. Students who have been educated outside of the United States will need to have their transcripts translated and evaluated by professional credential evaluation services before any credit will be considered.
- Student may request review for transfer of credit within the first semester of attendance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Student must provide an official transcript from the institution with which course work was completed. Transfer credit may not be awarded if credit is showing on transcript as transfer or exemption credit.
- Course work must be concurrent with the curriculum outline of the student's current program of study. Student may be required to furnish course catalog or course syllabus.
- Previous course work must have been completed with a grade of C (2.0) or better to be considered for transfer credit.
- Certain courses are subject to time limitations. Specific technical, science, and Health Sciences courses may not be considered for transfer credit after seven years.
- Student will be notified via Self-Service Banner Web account.
The Registrar will grant appropriate credit to students who receive scores of three or higher on an approved College Board Advanced Placement (AP) exam. Applicants must have official test scores mailed directly from the College Board to the Registrar at West Georgia Technical College. The Registrar will award credit for approved AP examinations listed below.
AP Exam Course
- for ENGL 1101: English Language and Composition
- for ENGL 1102: English Literature and Composition
Students should direct questions to the Registrar about credit for other AP courses or credit received.
College-Level Examination Placement (CLEP) Credit
West Georgia Technical College awards credit for a limited number of college-level examination subject exams but not for the general exams. To receive CLEP credit, the scores received must be at the 50th percentile or higher. The Registrar awards credit for the following courses:
CLEP Exam Course
- for ENGL 1101: Freshman College Composition with Essay
- for MATH 1111: College Algebra
- for PSYC 1101: General Psychology
Nontraditional Course Credit
Nontraditional course credit may be awarded for military training or corporate courses where appropriate. The Registrar may confer with program instructors when determining appropriateness of course credit to be awarded but is responsible for final credit approval.
- Students must request review for transfer of credit within their first semester of attendance. Request for Transfer of Credit forms are available in the Office of Student Affairs.
- Students must provide official documentation of previous training or course completion.
- Training/course work must be concurrent with the curriculum outline of the student's current program of study. A form DD 2586 - Verification of Military Experience and Training - may be required as verification of military experience and training. A course syllabus or training outline may be required for consideration of nonmilitary training.