Academic Probation refers to a level of academic standing between good standing and dismissal from the program.
While on probation, a student is allowed to continue enrollment, but is no longer in good standing and is in jeopardy of being dismissed from the program. Probation serves as a serious warning that the academic performance needs improvement. Students on Academic Probation must submit an action plan addressing concerns impacting the academic performance and outlining a plan for achieving academic success to be approved by the academic advisor. While on Academic Probation, student will be dismissed from the program at the end of the term if the semester GPA are below a 2.5.
A student will be considered on Probation if:
- The student fails to earn a semester grade-point average of at least 2.5
- The student receives one C grade
- The student is sanctioned by the program faculty for a serious or repeated incident of unprofessional behavior.
A student will be dismissed from the program if:
- The student fails to earn a semester grade-point average of at least 2.5 while on academic probation or in any subsequent semester
- The student receives a second C grade
- The student receives an F or UN grade in any required or elective course of the curriculum
- The student receives an academic probationary event sanctioned by the program faculty for repeated or serious incident(s) of unprofessional behavior.