This occurs when a student under Academic Warning has a semester GPA less than 2.0, and the cumulative GPA remains below 2.0 at the conclusion of the semester. Or, if the student maintains a semester GPA greater than 2.0 while on Academic Probation I but the cumulative GPA is still less than 2.0. Under Academic Probation I the following conditions apply:
1. The student cannot enroll in more than 13 hours of coursework during the semester. Note: Students that fall below 12 credits in any one semester will jeopardize their financial aid. Should this occur, students should see the associate dean in their college as soon as possible to try to implement corrective measures.
2. The student will enter into a contract of individualized education plan with the student’s advisor and approved by the Vice President for Academic Affairs that place further stipulations on Academic Probation I. The Vice President for Academic Affairs may place the student on Academic Probation II or Academic Suspension should the student not adhere to the stipulations of the contract.
3. Students on Academic Probation receiving educational benefits from the Veterans’ Administration must obtain counseling from the Office of Veterans’ Programs.
The student must maintain a semester GPA equal to or greater than 2.0 until such time that the cumulative GPA is greater than 2.0 at which time the student goes back to regular status. Until the latter happens the student remains on Academic Probation I. The student will be placed on Academic Probation II if unable to maintain a 2.0 semester GPA, and the cumulative remains below a 2.0 GPA, while under Academic Probation I.
Students (admitted under special provisions) whose transcripts indicate less than a 2.0 GPA are admitted on Academic Probation I.