Students on Academic Warning may continue attending the university.
Carefully read and follow the email you received.
Make necessary adjustments to your schedule with the advice of your advisor.
Academic suspension is for one or two semesters.
If you are suspended, you may not be enrolled in courses.
If there were extenuating circumstances that led to the suspension, you may appeal to return. The email sent to you by this office explains your options and gives you links and instructions.
A student whose appeal is approved will be placed on probation.
Students returning from a one-semester or one-year suspension are on academic probation.
Before returning, you must meet with an academic advisor to create an Academic Success Plan.
You will remain on academic probation until you are in good standing. In many cases this takes more than one semester.
If you achieve at least a 2.3 grade point average for the term and a term credit completion rate of 100 percent (grades of A, B, C, D, not F, W, or I), you may remain on probation.
If good standing or continued probation is not achieved, you will be suspended again.
There are times when your academic record may change after the academic holds are placed. This might be due to a late grade or a grade change, for example.
If this change is reflected in eServices, contact our office. We will review your academic record and let you know what we find.
If you choose to sit out your suspension, you may return when it is complete.
Follow the instructions in the email regarding returning or contact our office by email, phone, or in person.
Do this mid-way through your final semester of suspension — March or October.
Advisors in three areas serve as a first point of contact for students who are working to return to a status of good academic standing.
Other resources and services available on campus include:
Those who wish to regain financial aid eligibility, can:
Contact the Financial Aid Office with questions.