Academic Standing

Academic Difficulty - If your cumulative grade-point average falls below a 2.0, you are considered to be in academic difficulty. Generally, this will result in being placed on academic probation and may lead, if you are already on probation, to academic dismissal. If you feel that you are struggling academically (even if your cumulative GPA is above a 2.0), you should see your academic advisor as soon as possible, to discuss the issues that may be affecting your academic performance and to begin planning how to get back on track. It is your responsibility to know your academic status at all times; colleges notify students who fall into academic difficulty.

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Talk with your academic advisor if you feel you are struggling. Advisors want to help you avoid academic difficulty.