Registrar

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Academic Status Policy

There are three categories of academic status for undergraduate students: academic good standing (eligible to be enrolled); academic probation (eligible to be enrolled) and academic suspension (not eligible to be enrolled) A student’s academic status is determined at the end of each semester and summer session. Although students will usually receive an official notification of academic status with their grades, such notice is not a prerequisite to students being placed on academic probation or suspension. The students have the responsibility to know their academic status prior to the beginning of each enrollment period.

Good Standing: A full-time student who maintains a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 is in good standing. The University uses the cumulative GPA, rather than the adjusted GPA, to determine academic status (probation/suspension).

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