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What should I do if I am on academic and/or progress probation?
Being on academic and/or progress probation is to be taken seriously. We encourage all students to attend a Grades Matter Workshop. The Counseling Department has developed this workshop to help students understand his/her academic and/or progress standing. Students will learn strategies to get back on track and regain good standing with the college.
Academic probation occurs when a student has earned below a 2.0 cumulative GPA. Addressing your probation status early can help you avoid future complications. Continued academic difficulties can lead to dismissal from the college and the loss of priority registration and BOG eligibility.
Progress probation occurs when a student does not complete more than 50% of his/her overall attempted units. Continued progress difficulties can lead to dismissal from the college and the loss of priority registration and BOG eligibility.
Please refer to our Probation & Dismissal section on our counseling webpage for more information.
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