Midterm and final grades are available on MyMAC. Final grades are not mailed.
You should contact the instructor of the class. If he or she determines that the grade should be changed, the change is initiated on a Grade Change Form signed by the instructor, department chair, division chair, Dean of Academic Affairs, and Registrar. Once the required signatures are in place, the form comes to the Registrar’s Office and the change is entered into the grade system. The student may view grades on MyMAC to see the [...]
In order to graduate on time in a bachelor’s program, you must have 15 credits per semester or be willing to take summer classes. To be considered a full-time student, you need to maintain 12 credits a semester.
Freshman are assigned an advisor that aligns with their chosen program. It is the student's responsibility to schedule an appointment to meet with their advisor and schedule their first semester's classes. Following your freshman year, you must continue to meet with your advisor within the first 2 weeks of class.
A Cumulative GPA below 2.0 constitutes a designation of academic probation. The purpose of academic probation is not to warn, rather it is to alert a student that he or she is at risk of not succeeding academically. Once a student is identified as being on Academic Probation, he or she will receive advisement and referral as appropriate. Specific methods of remediation will be prescribed to meet the needs of the individual student.
It depends. If you’re thinking about dropping a class follow these steps: Figure out where you stand in the class by keeping track of all grades earned and refer to the syllabus for grade calculations. Know that you must seek approval from your Advisor to drop any course at any time. You cannot drop a course without permission or after the 12th week of class (after the 5th week of a Summer class). There is [...]
Everyone receives an advisor after their initial appointment with Academic Advising. We recommend meeting with your advisor within the first 2 weeks of class. Meeting with your academic advisor throughout your time at Mount Aloysius College will more likely ensure your academic success within your chosen program. Check your Advisor’s Office Hours. If you are unable to schedule during normal office hours, advisors may be available at other times. Please give ample notice for advising [...]