Academic Standing

In order to maintain good academic standing each semester, students must earn at least 12 credits and a 2.000 or higher semester GPA with no more than two withdrawals or failures, and have a cumulative GPA of 2.000 or higher.

If a student’s performance falls short, the student will be placed on Academic Warning. The student and academic advisor will be notified. At that time, the student, with the help of the Office of Undergraduate Academics and his/her advisor, will identify the nature of the academic difficulty and formulate a course of action for overcoming the difficulty. A student on Academic Warning who does not meet the good academic standing criterion during that semester will be placed on Academic Probation. A student can only be on Academic Warning one time. A student previously on Academic Warning or Academic Probation who returns to good Academic Standing and subsequently fails to meet good Academic Standing requirements will be placed on Academic Probation.