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Academic Probation

Academic Services

Academic probation is the result of academic struggle.

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The Office of Academic Progress and Retention provides support for students needing advisement during the probationary status. Contact the Director of Academic Progress & Retention for more information and schedule an appointment with an Academic Progress Advisor for help achieving your academic goals.

Academic Probation

Students are placed on academic probation at the end of the semester in which their cumulative GPA falls below the required minimum for their class standing.


  • Class

    Hours Completed

    Minimum GPA

  • Freshman

    0-27 hours completed


  • Sophomore

    28-59 hours completed


  • Junior

    60-95 hours completed


  • Senior

    96 or more hours completed


Probationary Admission

Traditional undergraduate freshmen who do not meet at least two of the three criteria for regular admission may be admitted on academic probation.

Academic Probation Requirements

Students on Academic Probation must:

  1. Limit academic semester hours.
  2. Enroll in DEP 050.
  3. Make a C average (2.0) for the term on probation or be automatically suspended for one semester.