Academic Probation and Disqualification
Undergraduate students whose campus or cumulative grade point average (GPA) falls below a 2.00 are placed on probation or disqualification standing based on units earned (see chart below). If a student is currently on disqualified re-admitted and does not meet their contract, they will be placed on academic disqualification and dismissed from the University.
Probation: Student with a GPA less than a 2.00 in their campus or cumulative GPA.
Disqualified Re-admitted:Student with a disqualified standing, but allowed to continue into the following semester. Required to meet contract to maintain enrollment.
Academic Disqualification: Student who has not met contract or has been on Academic Disqualification in the past. Therefore, student is academically disqualified and dismissed from the University.
Good Standing:Student with a campus and cumulative GPA of a 2.00 or higher.
Title 5, CA Code of Regulations, Section 41300; CSU Executive Order 1038
Undergraduate students placed on academic disqualification and dismissed at the end of the semester are encouraged to contact the University Advising Center in Joyal Administration Building, room 224 or call (559) 278-1787 regarding the Steps for Readmission.
Graduate students placed on academic disqualification at the end of the semester should contact the Division of Graduate Studies in the Thomas Administration Building, room 132 or call (559) 278-2448.
For questions regarding academic probation or disqualification, please review links to the left or email at email@example.com.