Students are expected to maintain a minimum index of 3.0 (B). Students who receive a grade below B in a graduate course may be required to repeat that course. When a student’s cumulative grade point average (GPA) falls below 3.0, the student will be placed on academic probation. Students on probation are limited to six credits per semester. Students whose GPA falls below 3.0 for the following semester will be placed on terminal academic probation. Students who fail to earn a cumulative 3.0 GPA by the end of the third semester will be dismissed from the College. Any appeals to such action will be considered by the Program Director and the Chair of the Department or designee.
There are three categories of student enrollment: Matriculant, Conditional Matriculant, and Non-Matriculant.
A student who wishes to pursue a graduate certificate or degree program, meets all requirements for admission to a particular program, and has been formally admitted to that program.
Payment of this fee enables a student to ensure continuing status as a matriculated student, to continue to receive all student correspondence, and to maintain library and other campus privileges.
A Continuous Matriculation/Leave of Absence form must be submitted with the fee. Failure to maintain matriculation will result in a student’s termination from the program. To be reinstated, a student will need to meet the admission criteria and degree requirements in effect at the time of reinstatement.
Termination of Matriculation/Registration