If you have earned a grade of C- or lower in any course during an enrollment term, you will receive an academic warning email.
If you receive an academic warning email you should meet with an academic advisor to discuss your current grades. You may need to retake a course if it does not meet the minimum required grade.
The Ex-Petition Form
If you retake a course (including an I-Core prerequisite), you will want to complete the ex-petition form. This form must be completed prior to graduation. A student may use the ex-petition form up to three times for a total of no more than 10 credits from all three classes combined.
You will be placed on academic probation following any enrollment period in which you fail to attain a minimum Program Cumulative GPA of a 2.0.
Note: You will not be able to graduate if your major grade point average or cumulative grade point average is below a 2.0.
Academic Probation Requirements
During a student’s first probation term, he/she must reflect on past academic challenges through an online self-assessment module and meet with their assigned academic advisor one time during a specified time period in that semester. At this appointment, the student and advisor will discuss these challenges and outline strategies for academic improvement and success as well as plan out future semesters.
The student may not enroll in more than 15 credit hours during their probation semester. If a student remains above 15 credit hours, on the fourth day of classes, the student’s least critical business course will be administratively dropped from his/her schedule to bring the student’s total credit hours to 15 or below.
Return to Good Academic Standing
A student is considered to be back in good academic standing when he or she has attained a Program Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above and has successfully completed all academic probation requirements outlined by the Academic Success Committee.