A graduate student whose grade point average drops below a 3.0 (3.25 or 3.5 in certain programs) will be placed on probation,
suspended from graduate study, or dismissed from the College of Graduate and Professional Studies. The dean of the College of Graduate and
Professional Studies, in accordance with the regulations of the student's academic department and the College of Graduate and Professional
Studies, will make decisions in such matters.
Students who have been academically dismissed should expect to stay out of classes for one academic semester (following a first dismissal) and one academic year (following a second dismissal), after which such students should petition their academic dean to return to classes. No student may return to classes after a third academic dismissal.
A student who is suspended from graduate study or dismissed from the College of Graduate and Professional Studies may request a review of the case by the Graduate Student Appeals Committee of the Graduate Council.
For further information on requirements, time limitations, and standards for specific degree programs, refer to the following:
Last updated: 4 June 2015