All students who have graduated from high school within the past five years must fulfill the CPC (College Preparatory Curriculum) requirements in English, Math, Science, Social Science, and Foreign Language. If students are deficient in any of these requirements, this deficiency will be indicated on their initial student advising sheet. Any courses on an advisee’s transcript that have a % after the letter grade CANNOT be used toward a degree; these are the classes used to satisfy CPC requirements. Some transfer students may have % grades.


Beginning in Fall 2015, students may fulfill CPC (College Preparatory Curriculum) deficiencies by taking a collegiate level course that will both address the CPC deficiency from high school AND count for college credit. In the past, students had to take separate courses to address both the CPC and college requirements. Students admitted before Fall 2015 will have a % symbol on their BANNER transcript by the course that was used to fulfill the CPC deficiency. To use this course for college credit, students should consult with their advisors.