Students placed on probation should see their academic advisors as soon as possible in order to review their curricular, cocurricular and extracurricular activities. There is help available to provide assistance for avoiding probation or dismissal. If on probation, it is important that your class scheduling for the next semester be considered carefully. You are strongly encouraged to make contact with individuals who will be supportive and knowledgeable, including your academic advisor and the student support advisor.
It warrants mention that participation in some activities may be restricted even if students are not placed on academic probation. All students serving in elected or appointed positions of leadership are required to maintain a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA. Various departments in which students serve are responsible for ensuring that students under their supervision are in compliance with this policy, and if students wish to appeal suspension of leadership activities then they should contact the university faculty or staff member to whom they report.
For complete details, see Policy on Academic Achievement.