Academic Warning, Probation and Suspension
When students do not maintain adequate academic standing, they begin a progress of Academic Warning to Academic Probation I and II, and finally to Academic Suspension. Each stage imposes more structure and limitations on the student in order to help the student return to normal academic standing. The intent is not to punish, but to help the student return to normal academic standing and success. Since some of these limitations involve limitations on the number of credit hours, students on Probation or Suspension may be subject to loss of financial aid. It is the responsibility of the student to determine the impact of their changed academic standing on their financial aid. Notification to students of academic warning probation or suspension appears on the student’s grade report at the end of each grading period.