Last updated on January 19th, 2020

Academic probation is an internal marker placed in students’ progress files by the CAPPS. Students enrolled in graduate programs who are placed on academic probation will be allowed the opportunity to improve their GPA by taking additional graduate courses or remediate courses as allowed by the policies that govern each graduate program.  Students may remain on academic probation with a defined program to obtain a passing GPA (3.0) for up to 3 terms.  Failure to meet the required 3.0 GPA after this time will result in the student being considered for dismissal at the next CAPPS meeting.