For satisfactory progress for financial aid purposes see Satisfactory Progress

For satisfactory progress for financial aid purposes

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For satisfactory progress for financial aid purposes, see Satisfactory Progress Policy in this catalog. “Academic Good Standing” status is necessary for continued enrollment in the University and may be necessary for eligibility to serve on various University committees and for participation in some co-curricular activities. Academic Good Standing status does not guar- antee admission to, or retention in, specific departments, schools, or programs. Information concerning admission to and retention in specif- ic programs is listed in this Undergraduate Catalog under the appropriate department, school or program descriptions. Academic Warning: Each semester (fall and spring), the University identifies students that appear to be in jeopardy of being placed on aca- demic probation. These students will be notified that they are on Academic Warning. Students on Academic Warning can contact the Office of Enrollment Management and Academic Services (EMAS) for guidance on programs and services geared toward improving their academic stand- ing. Information about Academic Warning can be obtained from EMAS, 308 Hovey Hall, Campus Box 4900, at , or at (309) 438-2156. Academic Probation: When a student’s cumu- lative grade point average falls below a 2.00 on a 4.00 scale, they are placed on academic probation. Students on academic probation are required to par- ticipate in Project Success - a program designed to assist students in returning to good academic stand- ing. Information about Academic Probation and Project Success can be obtained from the Office of Enrollment Management and Academic Services, 308 Hovey, Campus Box 4900, by calling (309) 438-2156, or at Academic Dismissal: At the end of any semester, except for summer session, when a stu- dent’s cumulative grade point average is below a 2.00 a second or subsequent time, he or she is dis- missed from the University. Academic Reinstatement: Students dis- missed from the University may petition the Reinstatement Committee for permission to contin- ue. Petition information is sent to the student’s home address. Failure to act upon such request with- in the deadlines specified in that information will assure non-attendance. Therefore, students should keep their addresses current. Additionally, students can access petition information via the iCampus Portal at or by visiting the Office of Enrollment Management and Academic Services Web site at . A student should expect to remain out of school for at least one calendar year before the Reinstatement Committee will review a petition for reinstatement. Only students who have extenu- ating circumstances or errors in their academic records should plan to petition for reinstatement for the semester following their dismissal.
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  • Fall '15
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