2.34.11 Probation; Undergraduate Academic  
  Undergraduate students whose cumulative grade point average falls below 2.00 will be placed on "Academic Probation." Subject to the approval of the President or his/her designee, individual Colleges and Schools may establish higher minimum grade point averages for academic probation in their programs.  
  An "Academic Probation" hold shall be placed on the student's record when the cumulative grade point average (G.P.A.) falls below 2.00. The student shall be permitted to register only after consultation with and approval by a designated university advisor.  
  An "academic recovery plan" refers to a written agreement between a student and designated university advisor that identifies factors contributing to subpar academic performance and specifies requirements for a studen to be permitted additional terms of academic elgibility raten than being academically excluded.  Academic recovery plans must include specific efforts and activities the student will engage in to return to good academic standing.  Terms of an academic recovery plan are determed at the discretion of the Schools and Colleges.  Failure to comply with terms of the acdemic recovery plan may result in early termination of the academic recovery plan and academic exclusion.  
  The statement "Academic Probation" shall be printed on the unofficial transcript for the first term in which the cumulative average falls below 2.00. Thereafter, the statement "Academic Probation" shall appear on the unofficial transcript until the student attains "Regular Status" or is subject to "Academic Exclusion". "Regular Status" is restored when the student achieves a cumulative G.P.A. of 2.00.  In any subsequent term where the cumulative G.P.A. is below 2.00, probation will be reinstated.  
  Students shall be given two subsequent terms of enrollment after going on probation to achieve a cumulative 2.00 G.P.A. At the conclusion of the two subsequent terms, students who have not achieved a cumulative G.P.A. of at least 2.00 shall be excluded from their program and may not apply for readmission or reinstatement for one calendar year, unless they have entered into an academic recovery plan with a designated univesity advisor.  
  A student on academic probation may remain academically eligible after two subsequent terms of enrollment if they have consulted with a destignated universtity advisor and entered into an academic recovery plan.  Academic recovery plans may not extend beyond an additional two terms of enrollment without approval from the academic Dean or his/her designee.  
  The President or his/her designee may promulgate guidelines for review of Academic Probation Status, development and issuance of academic recovery plans, appeals regarding exclusion, program requirements for students on probation status, readmission decisions and record-keeping.

Legislative History

Adopted(1) 5-0; Official Proceedings 32:4352 (10 June 1988); (April 28, 2023)