Academic status of students whose GPA falls below a minimum level (this varies from school to school).
A notice usually given if a student has earned a grade point average below 2.0.It serves as a warning, which gives time to improve academic achievement, or the student will be dismissed from the college.
Students whose GPA falls below a certain level will be placed on probation. Students on continued probation may be limited to enrollment in no more than six credit hours per semester. Students who remain on probation cannot graduate.
Probation is an academic warning that a student is in academic difficulty which could lead to dismissal from the university.
(see Academic Standing and Satisfactory Academic Progress)
A student who does not achieve satisfactory academic progress will be placed on academic probation. Students on academic probation may be required to meet with a counselor or advisor before they can register for the next term.
Please refer to the Grade Point Average Requirements page of this web site for more information.
A student may be placed on academic probation as a disciplinary punishment or for academic reasons. The current catalog lists the minimum GPA that must be maintained to prevent probation. Students on academic probation are recommended to limit their credit load to14 hours or less during the fall or spring semesters on main campus, or to six hours at Fort Campbell. Students on probation who do not achieve the required GPA per the current catalog may be placed on suspension.
Although probation is usually based on academic performance (see Academic Standards in this listing), you can be placed on probation if you have earned 24 credits beyond those required for graduation and have not completed specific program requirements. Click here to return to the list of academic terms.
1. Academic: Official warning that student is not making satisfactory progress toward a degree and that continued probation and/or suspension will result if improvements are not made. 2. Disciplinary: Sanction imposed for violation(s) of the Student Conduct Code.
Status of a student whose grades or conduct is below that usually required. It is a trial period in which specified conditions must be met before regular student status is restored. May also refer to financial aid probation.
a warning to the student that great effort should be taken to improve the cumulative system GPA in the next semester
Initial: The period following the apprentice's acceptance into the program which is limited in time by these rules and during which the apprentice's appeal rights are impaired. Disciplinary: A time assessed when the apprentice's progress is not satisfactory. During this time the program sponsor may withhold periodic wage advancements, suspend or cancel the apprenticeship agreement, or take further disciplinary action. A disciplinary probation may only be assessed after the initial probation is completed. During the disciplinary probation, the apprentice has the right to file an appeal of the committee's action with the WSATC (as described in WAC 296-05-009).
An academic standing placed upon undergraduate students who fall below a 2.0 SHSU or overall grade point average at the close of any semester or summer school during which one or more semester hours were attempted.
A warning that some problem exists that may lead to more serious problems. It may be for academic reasons, convocation shortage, labor shortage, or for violation of the student conduct or student life rules.
Students who fall below good standing MAY be granted probation for one semester in order to improve their grade point average to good standing. Probation is granted by academic deans.
This occurs when a student fails to maintain a 1.0 cumulative grade point average after the first semester.
Means academic warning. If a student's CGPA is below 2.00, the student is put on – probation.
A status assigned because of unsatisfactory grades or conduct.
The state of being warned that your grades are unsatisfactory and that you must improve if you are to graduate or even continue your studies. You must have below a 2.0 GPA to be placed on probation.
Academic probation is the result of unsatisfactory scholarship. It is not a penalty but a warning and an opportunity to improve.
an academic warning that a student is in academic difficulty, which could lead to suspension from the University. Undergraduate students may be placed on academic probation for an indefinite period of time by the university if they do not meet the requirements outlined in this catalog under the section called Scholastic Regulations and Standards.
When a student's grades fail to meet a minimum standard, he/ she has until the next grade review period to improve them to at least meet the minimum standard without suffering loss of matriculation.
The status of students whose standing is below the required minimum for their program of studies but who are allowed to continue their studies on the condition that they raise their grade point average to the required minimum within a specified period.
A trial period for a student whose registration is subject to academic conditions. Failure to satisfy these conditions may result in the student being required to withdraw from the University.
An indication that performance is below standard because of academic or progress deficiencies; a trial period in which a student is permitted to redeem failing grades or deficient units.
In a university setting, the status given to students who fall below minimum academic standards. Sometimes referred to as the other dean's list.
Ventura College has both academic and progress probation. Academic probation is when a student's overall GPA falls below 2.00. Progress probation is when a student has at least 50% of overall units graded 'W' (withdrawal), 'I' (incomplete) or 'NP' (no pass).
A status given to students who fail to maintain satisfactory academic progress.
Official status imposed upon a student because of low grades or failure to complete credits for which the student has enrolled. Probation can lead to denial of financial aid and suspension. If you are put on probation, see your advisor immediately
When a student is not progressing satisfactorily, he/she may be placed on either academic or progress probation. See the catalog for specific information.
The College of Arts and Sciences places students on academic probtion whenever their cumulative GPA falls below 2.00. If a student's cumulative GPA remains below 2.00 for two consecutive terms, the student is dismissed. For more information on academic probation and dismissal policies, consult the University of Colorado at Boulder Catalog.
Official status of any undergraduate student whose cumulative grade-point average has fallen below 2.0 at the end of any quarter (except the first quarter in attendance). Students on probation who fail to earn a grade-point average of at least 2.5 each quarter until their cumulative grade-point average is raised to 2.0 are subject to dismissal.
This is the form of Academic Status which states that a student will be limited to 14 credits and/or credit equivalents or 4 courses, whichever is fewer. For more information on Academic Probation, visit our Academic Status Page or read the appropriate part of the College catalog by clicking here.
A period during which students must maintain a specified academic standing. Failure to do so can result in their having to discontinue studies.
Students are placed on probation if they do not meet the minimum GPA requirement.
Students who fail to meet the minimum academic standing (as defined by their faculty/school) are placed on probation. During this period, a student must meet or exceed a specific academic grade point average. Failure to meet the minimum standard may result in academic suspension. See General Academic Regulations and Requirements, Probation.
A warning students are given when their GPA falls below 2.0 or more than 50% of their attempted units are ‘W’ or ‘NC’ for two consecutive semesters.
A disciplinary status placing specific conditions upon continued attendance at the college. Please see Student Handbook.
A student is placed on probation by the College when their GPA falls below 2.o. The student is limited to a program of 14 equated credits per semester until the GPA is brought above 2.0.
A status imposed on a student because of poor grades (less than 2.0 GPA) or improper conduct. Usually the cause for probation must be corrected in a specified period of time.
A period of trial for a student whose registration is subject to academic conditions.