Academic Probation

An academic probation is issued when a student who entered the grading period (summer, fall or spring) on good standing or academic warning earns a cumulative GPA below the minimum 2.00. Students placed on academic probation should not enroll in more than 15 credits for the following semester (or 7 credits for the summer session) without permission of the student's academic advisor. An academic probation appears on the student's official academic transcript and on the unofficial transcript. An advisor hold is placed on the student's record, and may only be removed after the student has met with their advisor. Students are notified of their academic probation status via unofficial transcript in Campus Connection, Starfish and through the student’s personal campus email. Students are subject to suspension without regard to whether they have ever been placed on academic probation.