Remaining in the ACM

Students who are participating in the Academic Common Market (ACM) at WVU need to follow certain guidelines to remain in the ACM. 

Remaining in the Academic Common Market

If you are participating in the Academic Common Market (ACM) at WVU, you will need to follow the guidelines below to remain in the ACM. 

  • You must remain in good academic standing (2.0 or better GPA), be registered as a full-time student (12 credit hours), and meet the WVU standards for good academic progress toward entry into the major or completion of major program requirements.
  • If you are on probation (less than a 2.0 GPA) or you are not making progress toward entry into or completion of the approved program, you will be removed from the ACM program and charged out-of-state tuition.
  • First-year freshmen (only) who do not meet GPA and academic progress standards will receive a letter of warning at the end of their first semester. If progress has not improved by the end of the second semester, the student will be removed from the ACM program for the following term. 
  • At the end of each term a follow-up progress audit report is completed for each ACM student. Students who do not meet GPA and academic progress standards will be removed from the ACM program and out-of-state tuition will be assessed in subsequent terms.
  • Continue to remain eligible under your state requirements.
  • If you are not making academic progress, or if you fail to meet the standards of your home state, notification will be sent to your personal and/or MIX email  account concerning your ACM status.
  • Students who change their major or defer entry into the program must obtain a new certification letter from their ACM State Coordinator. Students who change their major to a non-approved ACM major during the semester will be charged the out-of-state tuition rate for that semester. 

Contact:
Shirley Robinson
Administrative Assistant and Associate ACM Coordinator
(304) 293-2641 

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