Minutes 4/24/70


POLICY STATEMENT APPROVED                                               AS(GC)70-11


ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTERING FOREIGN
GRADUATE STUDENTS


A. Admission of foreign graduate students will involve consultation with the Graduate Coordinator from the Department or School for which the student is applying for study.


B. Scholastically eligible foreign graduate students may be admitted conditionally, dependent upon the preparation of the student as assessed by the Admissions Officer and the Graduate Coordinator of the appropriate School or Department. The Graduate Coordinator of the appropriate School or Department in consultation with the Admissions Officer will decide the English standard to he applied to foreign students applying to that School.


C. All graduate students for whom English is their second language shall be required to take placement examinations in communication skill areas. Examinations must be taken on this campus prior to first registration.


D. All graduate students for whom English is their second language shall be required to take courses in English written and oral communications as indicated by placement tests, unless excused by the Graduate Coordinator of the School or Department in which the student is enrolled. These courses may include any or all of the following courses currently available in the General Bulletin for foreign students: English 11OA,B,C, and Speech 261 A,B.


Distributed to the Academic Senate 12/12/69 and 2/27/70.
Deemed approved by the Academic Senate 2/27/70.
Approved by the President of the College 3/17/70.