Did you get an academic warning email, or have you been placed on academic probation? Find out how to get back into good standing.
Earning a grade of C- or lower in any I-Core prerequisite or Kelley major course during an enrollment term, will result in academic warning email. This email is an alert that a course may need to be retaken if it does not meet the minimum required grade. This alert does not place a student on Academic Probation! It is merely a warning.
If the Program Cumulative GPA falls below a 2.0, then the student will be placed on Academic Probation. No more than 15 credit hours may be taken during the probation semester.
Academic Probation Requirements
During a student’s probation term, he/she must reflect on past academic challenges through an online self-assessment module and meet with a Probation Advisor at least one time during a specified time period in that semester. At this appointment, the student and advisor will discuss the identified challenges, outline strategies for academic improvement and success, and plan for future semesters.
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.
The Ex-petition Form
Complete an ex-petition form if a course is retaken, including an I-Core prerequisite. 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.
For information about the IU Honor Code and conduct violations, visit the Office of Student Conduct.