Students on academic probation not meeting the requirements of that probation. Click here to view the college catalog and more information.
Students who are on probation and have a subsequent term GPA of less that 2.0 will be placed on suspension. A student who has been suspended from OSU is prohibited from enrolling in classes, and must fulfill specified criteria before being re-admitted to the university (see Academic Regulations #22). Academic suspension is recorded on the studentâ€(tm)s academic record.
A student on Academic Probation may be placed on Academic Suspension if he/she fails to maintain or achieve the minimum cumulative GPA required. A student placed on suspension will be dismissed from the college for a specified time period - usually one semester. Specific requirements may be placed on the student's re-entry into college.
A student is considered to be on Academic Suspension when his or her overall GPA drops below 2.0 (placing him or her on Academic Probation) and the student earns less than a 2.0 semester GPA for a second consecutive semester. The student will be notified of his or her status via an official letter from the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Based on current GSC policy, students are first suspended for one semester. If a student returns after a suspension and fails to earn a semester GPA of 2.0 or higher, the student will be suspended for one academic year. For more information on Academic Suspension, contact the Advising Center.
A student on Academic Probation may be placed on Academic Suspension if he/she fails to maintain or achieve the minimum cumulative GPA required of 2.0 or higher. Suspended students are authorized to enroll in HPE classes (for audit only), select non-transferable, short-term programs offered through the Workforce Training Center (WTC) or developmental level courses (credit only). Students who fail the same developmental course two times will be suspended. After one year, the Executive Vice President must approve re-enrollment. Approval will be based on the student's ability to benefit from the course.