An undergraduate student whose cumulative GPA is below 2.00 will be put on academic warning, probation or suspension. Your attempted credit level will determine the degree of academic restriction. A student’s attempted credit level consists of credits passed, credits failed, credits withdrawn, transfer credit, AP and IB credit, and any other credit the student earned through credit by testing. A warning and probation both result in a restriction of 13 credits for the following semester. Following a first suspension, students cannot take courses for two academic periods unless it is imposed at the end of a summer term in which case the student will be unable to enroll for the fall semester, but can return for the spring semester. If a student receives a second suspension, that individual will not be allowed to take courses for one full academic year. A third suspension will result in the student being dismissed from the university.
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When calculating a student’s cumulative GPA, if a course is repeated, only the most recent grade will be used.
For Example: A student takes MATH 106 and receives a grade of C-. The next semester the student retakes the course and receives a grade of D. The grade of D will be used to calculate the students GPA because it is the most recently earned grade for the course, regardless if it's a better or worse grade.