Students are expected to maintain an acceptable scholastic standard. Specifically, students must maintain a minimum term or cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0. Students who do not, shall be considered to be performing unsatisfactorily in their studies and such performance will be recorded on their transcript as follows:
You are placed on Academic Probation when your term or cumulative GPA first falls below 2.0. Students placed on Academic Probation will have their GPA evaluated at the end of each semester and will either return to Good Academic Standing, Continue on Academic Probation or be Required to Withdraw as follows:
You are in Good Academic Standing when your term GPA and your cumulative GPA are both 2.0 or higher.
You Continue on Academic Probation when you have previously been placed on Academic Probation and either your term or your cumulative GPA falls below 2.0. You are Required to Withdraw from the University when you have previously been placed on Academic Probation and both your cumulative and your term GPA fall below 2.0.
Students on Academic Probation will be subject to the following:
Students who are Required to Withdraw will be subject to the following:
Appeals for Re-admission after being Required to Withdraw
Students who are Required to Withdraw normally must remain out of the University for one calendar year before the Senate Appeals Tribunal will review an appeal for re- admission. For an appeal to be considered by the Senate Appeals Tribunal, the applicant must include the following information:
It is expected that those students appealing their Required to Withdraw status will have worked cooperatively with Academic Advising during the semester(s) they were on academic probation.
Academic Standing on Re-admission
If re-admitted, students who were previously Required to Withdraw are placed on Academic Probation and shall again be subject to the conditions described above. Students who are readmitted and subsequently are Required to Withdraw for a second time, will normally not be considered for re-admission by the Senate Appeals Tribunal.
For more information on Academic Process, please see the University’s Policies + Procedures section on the website under “Academic + Students“