WAG 21-03-03-b.

  1. The client must complete all scheduled program hours each academic term to maintain satisfactory progress, except in the following situation.

    If the client withdraws from one or more scheduled courses during an academic term, the client must complete all scheduled hours during the following academic term. The client may withdraw from one or more scheduled classes in more than one academic term if they are not consecutive. 

  2. The client must attend full-time as defined by the school, unless a part-time program is appropriate, based on facts about the client or their family, or a full-time program is not available.
  3. Proof of participation (i.e., attendance statements signed by the instructor, educational records, and reports) must be provided monthly or more often if requested.
  4. The client must keep a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of C or above if the school uses a grade measurement to determine satisfactory progress.

    If the client's GPA falls below a C in an academic term, the client must improve to a cumulative GPA of C or above by the end of the next academic term. They may have more than one academic term below a C average during enrollment if the terms are not consecutive.

    When grades are not used, satisfactory progress is determined by the written policy of the school. Proof of satisfactory progress must be provided at the end of each term, or twice a year if the program continues for 12 months. 

  5. Curriculum changes can be made only when consistent with the Responsibility and Services Plan.