Academic Progression

Passing Grade

The minimum passing grade required for a nursing (NUR) course is a B (80 percent). Any grade below a B (80 percent) is a failing grade. In order to pass a nursing course that consists of both didactic and clinical/laboratory portions, students must receive at least a B (80 percent) for the didactic portion of the course and a P for the clinical/laboratory portion. A failure in either the didactic or clinical/laboratory portion of a nursing course will result in a failing grade for the entire course. Therefore, only a nursing (NUR) course in which students receive at least a B (80 percent) will satisfy the course requirements for the LPN to B.S.N. major.

Note that failed courses may lead to repeat fees and may also delay graduation.

Repeating a Nursing Course

Nursing students who receive a grade of C+ or below in any nursing (NUR) course must repeat that course. A minimum grade of B in the repeated course is required to remain in the program. Nursing students who have already repeated one NUR course must receive a B or above in all future NUR courses. Failure to do so will result in automatic dismissal from the LPN to B.S.N. program.

Automatic Dismissal

LPN to B.S.N. students who receive a grade of C+ or below in any nursing (NUR) course they are repeating will be dismissed automatically from the LPN to B.S.N. program.