Dean's List, Semester Honors, Probation, or Good Standing (see Registrar's Home Page).
A status the University assigns to you, according to your level of academic performance during your degree. Good academic standing means that you are passing all or most of your courses and demonstrating satisfactory progress; Poor academic standing is assigned to students who fail to meet the criteria for satisfactory academic performance. More about Academic Standing
An indicator of your academic status at the University: In good standing: Eligible to register, not on academic probation Academic probation: Defined above Academic dismissal: Defined above
is an enrolment status normally determined each semester by a regular evaluation procedure used to assess whether or not students are meeting the standards prescribed for continuing in the University and/or their programs.
your academic status at the University (e.g. GAS, OAP, CAP)
An indicator of a student's progress in a program, normally based on Grade Point Average (GPA)
Degree-seeking students at GSC are eligible to be in one of four categories of Academic Standing: Good Academic Standing, Academic Probation, Continued Academic Probation, and Academic Suspension. Please follow the included links for specific information on each category.
An academic indicator of your overall progress towards earning a degree. Examples of positive standings are excellent, good, and satisfactory. Many other standings may be conditional, i.e., you need to pass the stated condition to remain in your program. If you have concerns or questions regarding your standing, please see your advisor. Advisor contact information can be accessed through the faculty/department websites from UW's home page or find the corresponding department in the Department Telephone Directory.
All students are evaluated to determine whether they meet the standards for continuation. Each faculty and school sets its own performance criteria. Students who do not meet the minimum performance requirements are placed on probation or suspension.
A student's academic marks that determine whether they are meeting the standards prescribed for continuing in the program. Different levels of academic standing include the Dean's Honor Roll and academic probation.