Students who earn a cumulative GPA (including transfer credits) below 2.0 are put on probation. The University designates academic status for the purpose of monitoring a student's academic performance and progress. When a student is first placed on probation they are required to participate in a student success course facilitated by the University College. The course is designed to help students acquire the habits and support they need to succeed.

After spending one semester on probation the University will re-evaluate your academic performance based on two indicators: Term (Semester) GPA and Cumulative (Overall) GPA. The following table illustrates the decision matrix:

DECISION

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TERM (Semester) GPA

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CUMULATIVE (Overall) GPA

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Removed from Probation - Good Standing

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GPA > 2.0

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GPA > 2.0

Progressing Probation

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GPA > 2.0

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GPA < 2.0

Dismissed from University

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GPA < 2.0

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GPA < 2.0

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