(W) An indication that a student is in academic difficulty which could lead to dismissal from the university.
Students are placed on first academic warning: if they receive below a 2.0 GPA and/or fail to complete at least 70% of the graded courses each term. At this state, students are strongly encouraged to meet with their advisor prior to registration. second academic warning: students are required to meet with an academic advisor and complete the Second Academic Warning Worksheet. third academic warning: students must complete the Academic Reinstatement Petition with their advisors and submit the petition to Enrollment Services. See details for academic warning procedures on page 22 of the 2003-04 catalog
status of a student who, at any point after six credits (or two courses) are attempted, falls below the prescribed minimum standards for good academic standing.
Students with a term GPA below 2.0 will be placed on academic warning.
an advisory notice that a student should take action to improve his or her performance
a notification that a student may be in danger of failing to meet the requirements for good academic standing
a written notice to the student that his or her academic conduct has been questionable and that future breaches of academic conduct will be treated more severely
Notice sent to an undergraduate student whose grade-point average falls below 2.0 in his or her first quarter in attendance at the University. If a cumulative grade-point average of at least 2.0 is not achieved by the end of the next quarter in attendance, the student is placed on probation.
A status resulting from unsatisfactory grades.
A warning issued to a student by a department that he or she is failing to maintain a satisfactory standard of work and is consequently in danger of being required to withdraw from the University.