Academic Probation Process
Honors College Academic Probation
Honors students who do not maintain a 3.3 GPA EVERY SEMESTER are in danger of being asked to leave the Honors College and forfeit all benefits of the Honors College. The process for students whose GPA falls below a 3.3 is as follows:
* Students whose GPA falls below a 2.0 are automatically dismissed from Honors.
* Students with a GPA between 2.0 and 3.3 are placed on academic probation for one academic year.
* Financial Aid and the Honors Director send letters to students informing them that they have been placed on academic probation, explaining that they have one academic year to raise their GPA to a 3.3 or they will be dismissed from the Honors College.
* Students on academic probation remain in the Honors College and do not lose their Honors Scholarships.
* The Honors Director will review all students on academic probation after the first semester of academic probation to make sure that students are following their plan to raise their grades.
* If, after the full year of academic probation, students have not brought up their average to 3.3, they will be dismissed from the Honors College and lose their Honors scholarship.
* Students may appeal this decision directly to the Honors Director. If there are extenuating circumstances, the Director has the discretion to allow students to remain in the Honors College. Extra consideration is given to first-year students.
* Students dismissed from the Honors College may appeal to the Financial Aid office for consideration for other scholarships.