What Is Academic Probation?
You are placed on probation and are so notified by the university whenever your fall- or spring-semester GPA or your cumulative GPA at the end of any fall or spring semester is less than a 2.0. Here are the details:
- If you are on academic probation and your cumulative GPA is less than 2.0 but your semester GPA is greater than or equal to 2.0, you will remain on probation.
- If you are on academic probation and your semester GPA is less than 2.0 but your cumulative GPA is greater than or equal to 2.0, you will remain on probation.
An appropriate notation will be made on your academic record. Any grade change will require recalculation of your probation status.
Academic standing will not be assessed in summer sessions.
You will be removed from probation at the end of the first subsequent fall or spring semester in which your semester and cumulative GPA are greater than or equal to 2.0.
To appeal an academic-probation standing, contact your major’s academic department for guidance in the appeal process.
Students who are on academic probation because of their cumulative GPA may be at risk for academic dismissal.
For more information, contact Student Advising and Advocacy Center at 260-481-0404 or email@example.com.