Standards of Scholarship
B. Students who fail to maintain satisfactory scholarship may be placed on academic or progress probation and may be dismissed.
1. Academic Probation
A student will be place on
academic probation if the student’s cumulative grade-point average for all
units attempted at accredited postsecondary institutions is less than 2.0.
2. Progress Probation
A student who has enrolled in a
cumulative total of at least nine (9) units shall be placed on progress
probation if the percentage of all units in which a student has enrolled at
accredited postsecondary institutions for which grades of “W”, “I” and “NC” are
recorded reaches or exceeds fifty percent (50%).
A student on probation (academic, progress or
combination of both) who earns any form of probationary status during
enrollment in two consecutive semesters shall be dismissed and shall not be
reinstated until at least one semester has elapsed after the dismissal. An
exception is made for students whose first dismissal occurs at the end of the
fall semester. Students who re-enroll in the subsequent spring semester are
allowed to continue pending the determination of their academic status at the
end of the spring semester.
b. A student having been readmitted on probation after academic dismissal must maintain a semester grade-point average of at least 2.0 and must not be placed on progress probation. If either the semester grade-point average falls below 2.0 or the student is assigned the progress probation status that student will again be dismissed for one semester.
C. Responsibility for the administration of the probation and dismissal policy rests with the Dean of Admissions and Records.
Administrative Code, Title 5, Sections 51300-51325