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Probation & Dismissal Standards

 
     
 

Scholastic Probation

Scholastic probation is an identification of students whose scholastic performance is below University standards. Students are on scholastic probation for the next semester in which they are enrolled if their academic performance is such that they are included in any of the following conditions:

Probation: A student may be placed on probation based on their semester standing if the semester gpa (SGPA) falls below the value indicated below, or if their cumulative gpa (CGPA) falls below the 2.0 level after completion of the second semester.
Earned Credits Semester GPA Cumulative GPA
0-11 1.8 Not Used at This Point
12-23 1.8 Not Used at This Point
24-39 2.0 2.0
40-53 2.0 2.0
54-69 2.0 2.0
70-85 2.0 2.0
86-99 2.0 2.0
100+ 2.0 2.0
Dismissal: A student may be dismissed based on two consecutive terms in which he/she did not meet or exceed the probationary standard.
Eligible for Dismissal but allowed to Continue on Probation: A student who achieves at least a semester gpa of 2.3 should be allowed to continue on probation rather than be dismissed if he/she is otherwise eligible for dismissal.

 

Dismissal

A student who has been dismissed from the University for academic reasons must receive approval from their Academic Dean in order to register for courses as a non-degree student.

Students that have been dismissed must apply for readmission after demonstrating a strong probability for academic success. Students seeking readmission to the University must complete a readmission application which is available from Student Affairs. Students seeking readmission should contact Student Affairs to ensure they have satisfactorily fulfilled any readmission requirements.
 
     
     
 
 
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