Academic Standards (Academic Probation & Required Withdrawal)

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  1. Is there a minimum required GPA I must maintain?
  2. What is good standing?
  3. What is academic probation (AP)?
  4. What is required withdrawal (RW)?
  5. What is the Management Student Success Program?

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1. Is there a minimum required GPA I must maintain?

To retain satisfactory academic standing you must generally maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or above at all stages in your progress toward a degree or certificate.  

2. What is good standing?

Please refer to the current Undergraduate Academic Calendar in the following section for the most complete information:

3. What is academic probation (AP)?

Please refer to the current Undergraduate Academic Calendar in the following section for the most complete information:

If you are placed on academic probation, you must meet with an academic advisor at your campus advising office to complete and submit a Study Plan for the upcoming semester.

In addition, you are encouraged to participate in the Management Student Success Program (MSSP). See an academic advisor at your campus advising office and the Management Student Success Program workbook for more information.

4. What is required withdrawal (RW)?

Please refer to the current Undergraduate Academic Calendar in the following section for the most complete information:

Upon readmission after a Required Withdrawal, you are required to participate in the Management Student Success Program (MSSP). See an academic advisor at your campus advising office and the Management Student Success Program workbook for more information.

Readmission after Required Withdrawal

Please refer to the current Undergraduate Academic Calendar in the following section for the most complete information:

5. What is the Management Student Success Program?

The Management Student Success program is designed to help you identify and overcome challenges by accessing the services and resources available to you so you can reach your goals. Upon application and successful completion of the Management Student Success Program, you may be eligible for one of four annual $1,000 Baltyk Investment Student Success awards. 

This program is optional, but highly recommended for students on Academic Probation and those who are returning after being required to withdraw.    Students who want to improve their GPAs are also welcome to participate.

See an academic advisor at your campus advising office and the Management Student Success Program workbook for more information.