Whereas, The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges adopted resolution 14.01 S12 that requested changes to Title 5 to include a noncredit progress indicator of Satisfactory Progress (SP) at its Spring 2012 session;
Whereas, The Chancellor’s Office Scorecard currently voids all data submitted for noncredit progress, thus indicating zero achievement and success;
Whereas, The Chancellor’s Office currently lacks the staff to facilitate the requested Title 5 change; and
Whereas, The Chancellor’s Office is capable of collecting noncredit progress indicators, and all other progress indicators (A, B, C, D, F, P and NP) are currently defined in Title 5 for credit and noncredit courses (§55021/§55023);
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges urge local senates to recommend policies that allow their colleges to begin the practice of assigning progress indicators to all noncredit curriculum; and
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges work with the Chancellor’s Office to elevate the priority of the requested Title 5 change to allow for the use of Satisfactory Progress (SP) as a viable noncredit progress indicator.
 The full text of resolution 14.01 S12 is found at http://asccc.org/resolutions/progress-indicator-implementation-noncredit-coursework
Check with Julie B but I think the BoG approved this in July.