Master of Archival Studies Academic Policies
Clayton State University Notebook Policy
It is the policy of Clayton State University that every student own or have ready, on demand access to a notebook computer to use for academic assignments and communications. For hardware and software specifications and additional details, go to the University's ITP-Choice website.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
To remain a student in good standing, degree candidates must maintain a B (3.0) average and must take at least one class per academic year in which the candidate is enrolled. Full-time enrollment for graduate students is 9 semester hours.
Students admitted on a provisional basis are limited to 6 semester credit hours during their provisional semester. Failure to maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average during the provisional semester will result in dismissal.
In order to keep students on track for completing the degree, each student who enters the program will be assigned an advisor. The student will be required to meet with his or her advisor before registering for courses each semester.