Policies & Procedures
Students are dismissed from the university when they have ceased to make adequate progress toward their degrees. A student who has been certified to an upper division and who has failed to earn a C average in any two semesters and whose cumulative average is below 2.0 is considered to be making no progress toward the degree. A student earning less than a D (1.0) for a semester, and whose grade point falls below a C (2.0) average, is automatically dismissed. If this is the first dismissal, the student may be reinstated after attending a two hour workshop.
A student who has been reinstated by petition may be required to earn more than a C average in order to be considered to be making satisfactory progress toward the degree.