Academic Probation and Suspension
|Credit Hours Attempted||Maintaining Progress||Academic Probation/Suspended|
|0-29 credit hours||1.51 or greater||0.00-1.50|
|30-59 credit hours||1.75 or greater||0.00-1.74|
|60-89 credit hours||2.00 or greater||0.00-1.99|
|90+ credit hours||2.00 or greater||0.00-1.99|
|Teacher Certification||2.00 or greater||0.00-1.99|
Satisfactory academic progress shall be monitored at the end of the fall and spring semesters. If the student is not meeting the SAP policy at the end of the fall semester or at the end of the first semester of enrollment, the student will be placed on academic probation at the end of that semester. The student will be placed on academic suspension at the end of the following semester if the student has not met satisfactory academic progress. A student who is placed on academic suspension will not be eligible to attend the following semester. A student who is suspended at the end of the fall semester may petition to be reinstated for the following spring semester through the Academic and Financial Aid Appeals Committee. A student who is academically suspended form the University at the end of the spring semester may earn re-admission in good standing by attending the University summer session immediately following the dismissal. Satisfactory academic progress for students attending the summer session shall be monitored at the end of the summer session. At the end of the summer session, a grade point average of at least 2.50 must be earned at least six semester credit hours of course work.