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Students must have an Adjusted GPA of at least 2.0 to be eligible for graduation and at least 30 earned hours of credit for KSU coursework not excluded because of repeated courses or "fresh start" status. If the student has fewer than 30 earned hours of credit for non-excluded KSU coursework, he/she must have a 2.0 Cumulative GPA. If a student has repeated a course and has not requested an AGPA adjustment in the Registrar's Office, encourage him/her to do so. Until that happens, the AGPA will not be correct. (See "Repeated Courses" for more information.) Please check the appropriate catalog to be sure the student has met the major GPA requirement in his/her department. Again, ...view middle of the document...

0 Cumulative GPA. If a student has repeated a course and has not requested an AGPA adjustment in the Registrar's Office, encourage him/her to do so. Until that happens, the AGPA will not be correct. (See "Repeated Courses" for more information.) Please check the appropriate catalog to be sure the student has met the major GPA requirement in his/her department. Again, to be on the safe side, students should petition for graduation the term before they intend to graduate. Students must have an Adjusted GPA of at least 2.0 to be eligible for graduation and at least 30 earned hours of credit for KSU coursework not excluded because of repeated courses or "fresh start" status. If the student has fewer than 30 earned hours of credit for non-excluded KSU coursework, he/she must have a 2.0 Cumulative GPA. If a student has repeated a course and has not requested an AGPA adjustment in the Registrar's Office, encourage him/her to do so. Until that happens, the AGPA will not be correct. (See "Repeated Courses" for more information.) Please check the appropriate catalog to be sure the student has met the major GPA requirement in his/her department. Again, to be on the safe side, students should petition for graduation the term before they intend to graduate. Students must have an Adjusted GPA of at least 2.0 to be eligible for graduation and at least 30 earned hours of credit for KSU coursework not excluded because of repeated courses or "fresh start" status. If the student has fewer than 30 earned hours of credit for non-excluded KSU coursework, he/she must have a 2.0 Cumulative GPA. If a student has repeated a course and has not requested an AGPA adjustment in the Registrar's Office, encourage him/her to do so. Until that happens, the AGPA will not be correct. (See "Repeated Courses" for m...

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