Grade Review — Summary

At the end of each term and half-term, the Academic Standards Board reviews the academic records of all LS&A students showing evidence of academic difficulty. The College uses four basic types of actions:

Action Pending
Action Pending is assigned when a student's academic record for a term is incomplete and the student is in danger of completing the term with less than a 2.0 grade point average.

Probation is assigned to all students in the College whose term grade point average falls below 2.0 but whose deficit is not severe enough to justify suspension.
Frequently Asked Questions About Probation

Students may be suspended from the College for three reasons...
Frequently Asked Questions About Suspension

Students may be permanently dismissed from the College if the Academic Standards Board determines that continuation in the College is unlikely to lead to a degree.