- A student may request in writing to the Registrar a declaration of academic bankruptcy under the following conditions for coursework attempted with Calhoun:
- Student must have completed 12 semester credit hours of coursework at the College since the most recent semester for which the academic bankruptcy is requested. A grade of "C"or higher is required in each course in the 12 semester hours in the post-bankruptcy period.
- When academic bankruptcy is declared, the transcript will reflect the semester of its implementation and the transcript will indicate "ACADEMIC BANKRUPTCY IMPLEMENTED."
- Academic Bankruptcy may be implemented only ONCE.
- Academic Bankruptcy may be applied to no more than 3 semesters.
- Student may be liable for the repayment of any federal financial aid, veterans benefits, or other forms of financial assistance.
- Implementation of academic bankruptcy at Calhoun does not guarantee that other institutions will approve such action. This determination will be made by the respective transfer institution(s).