|(a) For programs with course time of 40 hours or less, the school is only required to give a final exam at the end of the program to determine whether the student has sufficient knowledge to warrant a certificate of completion, in lieu of a progress evaluation. (b) For programs with course time of 41 to 200 hours, the school shall record a student's grades at the midpoint and end of each progress evaluation period. A student not making satisfactory progress at the midpoint shall be placed on academic probation for the remainder of the progress evaluation period. If the student does not achieve satisfactory progress by the end of the probationary period, the student's enrollment shall be terminated. (c) For schools approved on a course time basis and offering programs in excess of 200 hours, the school shall evaluate progress at least every eight weeks. A school approved on a credit hour basis shall evaluate progress at the midpoint and end-of-term for academic semester or academic quarter or at least every eight weeks. For programs with course time in excess of 200 hours, the following shall apply. (1) The school shall place a student making unsatisfactory progress for the program at the end of a progress evaluation period on academic probation for the next progress evaluation period. If the student on academic probation achieves satisfactory progress for the subsequent progress evaluation period, but does not achieve the required grades to meet overall satisfactory progress for the program, the student may be continued on academic probation for one more progress evaluation period. (2) If a student on academic probation fails to achieve satisfactory progress for the first probationary progress evaluation period, the student's enrollment shall be terminated. (3) The enrollment of a student who fails to achieve overall satisfactory progress for the program at the end of two successive probationary progress evaluation periods shall be terminated. (d) When a student is placed on academic probation, the school shall counsel the student prior to the student returning to class. The date, action taken, and terms of probation shall be clearly indicated in the student's permanent file. (e) The school may allow a student whose enrollment was terminated for unsatisfactory progress to reenroll after a minimum of one progress evaluation period. Such reenrollment does not circumvent the approved refund policy. (f) The school shall place a student who returns after their enrollment was terminated for unsatisfactory progress on academic probation for the next grading period. The school shall advise the student of this action and document the student's file accordingly. If the student does not demonstrate satisfactory progress at the end of this probationary period, that student's enrollment shall be terminated.