Academic Probation

A student will be placed on academic probation when they fail to meet the cumulative grade point average listed above at the end of the academic semester.

Terms of Academic Probation:

A. Students placed on academic probation are required to enroll in and pass the Academic Skills Course (0 credit, graded Pass/Fail) conducted by the Center for Academic Excellence. Failure to participate in this course will result in immediate academic suspension.

B. Students on academic probation must earn a minimum 2.00 semester GPA each semester to be eligible to continue to enroll until good academic standing is restored.

C. In consultation with their academic advisors, students on academic probation must develop an academic plan of action for each semester they are on academic probation. The student, the academic advisor, the academic unit’s retention coordinator and the Office of Enrollment Management will receive copies of the academic plan of action for information purposes and for monitoring compliance.

D. Students on academic probation shall be limited to a maximum of 15 credit hours per semester in the fall and spring semesters. Students on academic probation may enroll in a maximum of 7 credit hours per session during the summer semesters. Students on academic probation must consult with their academic advisor in choosing classes and credit hour loads.

Students are expected to be aware of their academic standing at all times and are responsible for knowing whether or not they are on academic probation.