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Academic Probation

A student will be placed on academic probation for any of the following circumstances:

  1. A student fails to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.0.

    A student placed on academic probation for failure to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.0 will be limited to not more than 13 hours for the following trimester.

  2. A student in the professional phase of the degree plan fails a course in the program.

    A student placed on academic probation for failure of a professional course in the degree plan may be restricted in total credit hours attempted the following academic term in the student's delayed progression plan.

    A student who fails two professional courses in one academic term will be academically dismissed from the College without being placed on academic probation as stated in the College's Academic Dismissal policy.

Academic probation serves as a notice to the student that his/her continued enrollment in the College is subject to the remedy of a GPA below 2.0 or a failing grade in the professional program.

Following a course failure in the professional phase of the degree plan, a student's continued enrollment will also be subject to satisfactory performance in all subsequent professional courses in the program.

Students will be advised of their probationary status by letter with a copy distributed to their assigned academic advisor.

A student on academic probation will be advised to reduce participation in extracurricular activities and off-campus work.