|Revised||November 10, 2003|
- A student is considered to be making unsatisfactory academic progress, and will be placed on academic probation, when his/her cumulative grade point average falls below 2.0.
- A student on academic probation for one semester will be required to consult with a counselor before registering for another semester.
- During this conference the counselor and student will determine that one of the following actions is required:
- Continue with normal academic load next semester;
- Reduce academic load next semester;
- Either 1 or 2 above, and participate in academic assistance in the form of tutoring, counseling sessions, learning lab, or other appropriate resources;
- Enroll in preparatory courses of study; or
- Transfer to another program of study.
- Students who fail to maintain satisfactory academic progress two successive semesters will be required to consult with a counselor. As a result of this conference, the counselor, in conjunction with the academic advisor, may require the student to take one of the actions described in item C-3 above.
- In certain circumstances the counselor, in conjunction with the academic advisor, may institute one semester of academic suspension when it appears to be in the best interest of the student. This option will be exercised only after two consecutive semesters of academic probation and when it is clear that other assistance for the student is not appropriate.