A student will be dismissed from the University in either of the following situations:
- The student receives a maximum of two consecutive academic probations for having a semester less than 2.00 GPA and a cumulative GPA lower than 2.00 out of 4.00 and did not appeal to the College Council the Recommendation for Dismissal Letter sent by the Deanship of Student Affairs, Admissions & Registration or if the College Council and the University Council rejected the appeal.
- A student fails to complete the graduation requirements within a maximum additional period, equal to one-half of the period determined for his/her graduation in the original program period. The University Council at the recommendation of College Council may make an exception and award the student the opportunity to complete the graduation requirements within an additional period of a maximum duration equal to that specified for graduation.
- The University Council may make an exception and give students falls under (1) or (2) the opportunity to complete their studies within an additional period of two semesters.
Appeal Process against Dismissal
A student who has been academically dismissed from the University may appeal the decision. That appeal should include explanatory information and any new evidence not previously considered by the College Committee. The appeal for the dismissal must be submitted in writing to the Dean of the College.