College Preparatory Curriculum Deficiencies
Students who are admitted with College Preparatory Curriculum/Required High School Curriculum Deficiencies in the areas of social science, science, or foreign language are required to complete with a grade of "C" or better one additional course in each area of deficiency (Social Science deficiency is satisfied with ANTH 1102 only). Credit will be given for courses used to satisfy College Preparatory Curriculum/Required High School Curriculum Deficiencies, but such credit may not be used to satisfy Core Curriculum or degree requirements.
Students with College Preparatory Curriculum/Required High School Curriculum Deficiencies in English must take and clear the English and reading portions of the placement test. Those with College Preparatory Curriculum/Required High School Curriculum Deficiencies in mathematics must take and clear the mathematics portion of the placement test. Students with English and mathematics deficiencies who are required to enter learning support are not admissible.
Deficiencies in science, social science, or foreign language should be satisfied during the student's first semester of enrollment. CPC/RHSC deficiencies must be completed before the student has earned 30 hours of credit. Students who earn 30 hours of credit and have not satisfied these deficiencies will not be permitted to enroll in any other university-level courses unless the deficiencies are included in their schedules.