A student will be placed on Academic Probation by the Office of Records and Registration if:
- The student has attempted credits, in letter-graded courses, from more than four to eight courses and has a combined GPA of less than 1.75.
- The student has attempted credits, in letter-graded courses, more than eight courses and has a cumulative GPA of less than 2.0. While on probation, the student is required to meet with their academic advisor to discuss his or her academic performance.
The Office of Records and Registration will send students placed on Academic Probation a letter informing them of their status, copied to their Academic Advisor. The student must work with his or her advisor to develop an action plan for academic improvement. In developing this plan, the student and advisor should call upon the assistance of the Center for Student Success and any other College office or resource, as appropriate. Students placed on Academic Probation status will be allowed to take a maximum of 3 courses in the following semester and will be instructed to adjust their schedule accordingly. Students who fail to do so or to gain appropriate advisor approval, will have the last course on their schedule dropped by the Office of Records and Registration. The student must solicit the approval of his or her academic advisor to reinstate any course that has been dropped.
For Nursing procedures visit: Academic Policies and Procedures