Upon the recommendation of the faculty in the student's program, a student is placed on probation. Probationary recommendations are made when the student does not meet standards of academic performance or professional behavior. A student will be placed on academic probation for the academic session following the one in which the student fails to attain a minimum C (2.0) cumulative and semester grade point average. Individual programs may have additional academic and professional standards. A student who fails to meet these program-specific standards may also be placed on probation. Students are informed of program- specific standards upon entering the program. A student will be removed from probation after satisfactorily completing the program's specified requirements. Students are notified in writing of probationary actions by the College of Health and Human Services dean or the dean's representative.