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1. Satisfactory Academic Standing
Any student who maintains a grade point average (GPA) based upon the following scale shall be classified as a student with satisfactory academic standing:
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2. Academic Probation
Any degree-seeking or non-degree-seeking student, whether full-or part-time, who fails to achieve the minimum grade point average as stated above, shall be classified as a student on academic probation and will be sent a letter to that effect by the Office of Enrollment Services and Student Information (Registration Center).
Academic probation is a warning that a student’s cumulative grade point average is unsatisfactory and that the student will be academically suspended unless a minimum grade point average is met.
Students on academic probation will not be permitted to register until they meet with a counselor in the Counseling Center (Center for Student Success). Students registered with the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Office or Office of Specialized Services (OSS) should meet with the appropriate counselor.
3. Removal of Academic Probation Status
Any student who, after the end of the conditional semester, meets the grade point average for credits attempted as specified by the College policies (refer to the GPA scale above) shall be classified as a student with satisfactory academic standing and will be notified of such standing by the Office of Enrollment Services and Student Information (Registration Center).