Academic Probation

Academic probation is an internal marker placed in students’ progress files by the Committee for Satisfactory Academic Progress and Professional Standards (CAPPS) in consultation with the Department Chair of the department and program in which students are enrolled. It allows students who do not meet the satisfactory progress guidelines to continue in the academic program according to the policies set below. The CAPPS will notify students of the outcome of the end of semester CAPPS meeting and where relevant, will provide specific conditions to remedy their academic probation.

Students on academic probation (AP) may not:

  • Register for more than 12 credits in a semester.
  • Participate in recognized extracurricular activities, including athletics.
  • Hold office in recognized student organizations.
  • Work in student employment.