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Academic Probation Links of Interest

A graduate student whose cumulative grade point average drops below 3.00 will be placed on probation. A second consecutive semester on probation can result in suspension. Conditions under which continuation in the Graduate School beyond two consecutive semesters on probation will be granted must be recommended by the academic unit and approved by the director of graduate studies in the student's college and the Vice Provost for Graduate Programs.

 If, in the opinion of the director of graduate studies, the academic unit, and the Graduate School, a degree-seeking student is not making satisfactory progress toward degree completion, the student will be dismissed from the degree program. If, in the opinion of the director of graduate studies, the academic unit in which the student is enrolled in coursework, and the Graduate School, a non-degree-seeking student is not making satisfactory progress toward licensure, certification, or program admission, the student will be dismissed from the University.

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Course Numbering System
Course Load Limitations
Audit Courses
Attendance Policy
Change of Major or Advancing from a Master's to a Doctoral Program
Adding and Dropping Courses
Withdrawal from Graduate School
Grading System
Credit by Exam
Course Validation
Transfer Credit
Academic Misconduct
Academic Probation
Termination Procedures
Graduate Faculty
Regulatory Issues
Privacy Rights of Parents and Students

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