Reference Academic Requirements Policy (500.20) dated March 15, 2016:
Any student whose cumulative grade point average falls below a C (2.0), after earning twelve (12) credit hours, will be placed on academic probation.
A student on academic probation must earn at least a C (2.0) average in the term immediately following placement on academic probation, or the student will be dropped from the degree program. A student then must maintain a C (2.0) average in the term following such dismissal from the degree program to remain in the college.
A student who is placed on academic probation and who earns a C average in the term(s) following placement on academic probation will remain on academic probation until such time as the student's cumulative grade point average returns to C (2.0).
Notice of academic deficiency will appear on the student's transcript by semester. Each college and/or academic program will establish procedures to give timely warning of deficiency and its consequences to students. Deficiency warnings will be sent to all students to inform them that they are on academic probation.
When the student achieves a cumulative GPA of C (2.0), then he or she will have returned to academic good standing.