Students are placed on academic probation if their GPA falls below the minimum GPA for their cumulative attempted credits. The Associate Academic Dean will notify students in writing if they have been placed on academic probation and will indicate the grades needed to remove themselves from probation in the following semester. Students on academic probation are not eligible to enroll in overloads, transfer credits from another institution, or enroll in courses on a pass-no pass basis.
Students who remain on academic probation for two consecutive checkpoints as defined in the University Catalog
will be placed on a two semester academic suspension. Students may appeal an academic suspension through the Associate Academic Dean's office. Students who serve their suspension must apply for readmission at the conclusion of their suspension through the Associate Academic Dean's office.
Students who have ever reached suspension will be dismissed from the University if they are placed on academic probation for two additional consecutive checkpoints. Students may appeal an academic dismissal through the Associate Academic Dean's office.
Additional details about academic probation and the minimum GPA required for each checkpoint can be found in the University Catalog