Academic Probation - You will be placed on academic probation when your cumulative grade-point average is below a 2.0. Your college or program office will notify you of your status and specify the conditions of probation, including the minimum grade-point average you must achieve in the following semester to avoid academic dismissal. You should consult with an academic advisor. If you have raised your GPA to a 2.0 or higher after the following semester, you will be removed from probation.
Academic Warning - If your grade-point average falls only slightly below a 2.0 after your first semester, your college may decide to place you on academic warning instead of academic probation. We strongly recommend that you consult with an academic advisor about possible strategies to improve your academic standing. When your cumulative GPA reaches a 2.0, will be removed from warning.
Special-Action Probation - When your college has determined, by a review of your grades and course work, that you are not making satisfactory progress toward a degree, you may be placed on special-action probation, though your GPA is above a 2.0. Your college or program office will inform you of your status, as well as the conditions of probation, including the minimum conditions you must meet in the following term to avoid academic dismissal.