Satisfactory Academic Progress

Academic Notice

Academic Notice is designed to alert students to retention standards and does not become part of the official record. The following students will be placed on Academic Notice:

  • 1-30 hours attempted with a GPA between 1.70 and 1.99

Academic Probation

Students not maintaining satisfactory academic progress as defined below will be placed on Academic Probation:

  • 1-30 hours attempted and less than a 1.70 GPA
  • 31 or more hours attempted and less than a 2.00 GPA

Minimum Academic Performance while on Academic Probation

The probationary student must:

  • Increase the overall GPA above probationary GPA's listed above
    -OR-
  • Earn at least a 2.00 GPA the next semester (not to include activity courses or performances
    courses) in order to continue enrollment on Academic Probation

Academic Suspension

Students who fail to meet retention standards while on Academic Probation will be suspended for one regular semester (fall or spring).  After the semester of suspension, students may re-enroll on Academic Probation.  Students returning after their first suspension are required to take College Success (GSTDY1441).  Students suspended a second time will not be permitted to re-enroll on this campus until they raise their retention GPA to a 2.00 or higher.

Note: A student suspended for the first time at the end of the Spring Semester may attend the following Summer Semester.  Enrollment in the Summer Semester will be limited to core academic courses that meet the general education or degree requirements.  If work taken in the Summer Semester raises the overall retention GPA to 2.00 or higher, the student will be removed from Academic Probation.  If not, the student will be Continued on Suspension for the Fall Semester.