LU Policy Number: AS.038
Effective Date: 10/01/18
Approval Date: 11/07/17
Revised Date(s): 8/16/18, 2/7/2019
Effective Revision Date: 04/01/19
Approved Revision Date: 04/04/19
Purpose: Modification of academic restriction designations to allow for the early intervention for students who begin struggling academically.
Additional Authority: N/A
Scope: Undergraduate students, faculty, and staff of the College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies, University Advisement
Approval Authority: President
Responsible Authority: Academic Affairs- Student
Recipients: University Advisement, Faculty Advisors, Academic Deans in CGUS Publications: 2018-2019 Academic Catalog, Spring 2019 Quarterly Announcements
Undergraduate Academic Standing Policy
Good Standing Requirements:
In order to maintain Good Standing students must have a completion rate equal to or greater than 70% and a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or above.
Academic Warning (AW):
Students with a cumulative GPA of 2.00-2.49 and/or have failed one course will be placed on Academic Warning.
Academic Probation (AP):
Students will be placed on Academic Probation if they have a cumulative GPA of less than 2.0 OR have less than a 70% completion rate OR have failed more than one course per quarter.
Academic Dismissal (AD):
A student will be dismissed from the academic program if he/she fails to meet the conditions of the Academic Performance Contract.
Academic Warning Procedure: Students on Academic Warning will be restricted to registering for a maximum of 15 credit hours and will be required to meet with their assigned academic advisor.
Academic Probation Procedure: Students who are placed on academic probation must meet the following requirements:
Limited to register for 15 credit hours per quarter
Will remain on Academic Performance Contract for 3 quarters and fulfil all requirements within the contract
Must complete any required tutoring
Must have academic advisement with a Specialized Professional Advisor per Academic Performance Contract
Approved by Academic Affairs on 11/7/17. Revision Approved by Academic Affairs on 8/16/18. Second Revision Approved by Academic Affairs on 2/7/19.