Undergraduate students are placed on academic probation if at the end of any semester their GPA for that semester or their cumulative GPA is below 2.0.
- Enrollment Conditions while on Academic Probation
While on Academic Probation, students will be restricted to no more than 13 credits of enrollment in a semester until such time as they demonstrate an ability to be successful in coursework. Additional conditions or exceptions to this can be made at the discretion of the student's College Dean or Associate Dean and the Deanship of Student Affairs, Admissions, and Registration in consultation with the student academic adviser/mentor and should be made on the basis of consistent academic achievement.
- Continuing enrollment while on Academic Probation
A student who is on academic probation is expected to maintain a minimum semester GPA of a 2.0. Students who achieve this threshold will be granted an additional semester of Academic Probation even if their overall GPA remains below a 2.0. Student who continue to achieve the required semester GPA can keep progressing toward their degree even if their CGPA is under 2.0
- Removal of Academic Probation Status
Students who achieve a minimum 2.0 overall GPA after being placed on Academic Probation will be returned to good academic standing.