Second Semester Grades

<p>Does anyone know how low our grades can drop without any consequence? I'm a bit concerned about my grades as of now and I don't want to lose my scholarship or have my admission revoked.</p>

<p>need more info</p>

<p>well i had a 3.15 on my transcript that went to tulane and a 2150 sat and 33 on acts and received a founders scholarship of $17000/year. i only had one C on my transcript for all of high school before now but now i fear i might get 2 Cs or maybe even lower this semester. am i going to lose my scholarship/acceptance?</p>

<p>If it makes you feel better, I share the same concerns. I had a 3.88 cumulative through last semester, but the senioritis is really kicking in right now. I was admitted to the honors program with a rather low SAT score (1310/2000) and I'm getting kind of nervous that Tulane will take my invitation to the honors program away from me. </p>

<p>I think we should be ok, though. One of the college counselors at my school has like 20-30 years of experience and has only seen two students loose their acceptance because of end of the year grades. You should be fine.</p>

<p>My son is a freshman at Tulane this year with the $22K scholarship. He had a 3.8 average when he applied/was offered the scholarship. His second semester grades were a whopping 2.9 and Tulane never said anything about it. Be forewarned though, the 2.7 that you must keep for the scholarship money isn't so easy because a C+ is only a 2.5, it isn't the weighting that you would expect. Someone else may want to weigh in on this?</p>

<p>Strongly suggest Butler, since you can always go out to find a party, but my son is in Sharp and the party never ends. It is hard to study.</p>

<p>Was that 2.9 weighted or unweighted. I'm also worried about tulane revoking my acceptance. What do you guys think would happen if I finished the year with two C's and rest B's?</p>

<p>i think as long as ur not getting all c's and no d's or f's ur fine.</p>