A student who has been on academic probation for two consecutive semesters and completed 24 hours of study will be suspended from the program of study for a period of one semester. Prior to returning to the respective program of study, the student is required and will be notified to report for a conference with a counselor and to complete a personalized development plan as defined during the conference. The purpose of the conference is to offer the student assistance in reviewing his or her educational progress. In addition to personalized counseling, the student will continue to meet with his or her designated advisor prior to registration. The additional counseling and advising are provided to help students clarify educational goals and consider alternatives appropriate to their needs and objectives.
A student suspended more than once for insufficient academic progress will be suspended for two semesters and additional counseling will be provided to assist the student.
Students who are unable to maintain satisfactory academic performance in compliance with college and departmental policies will be subject to academic dismissal.
The vice president of student services is responsible for administration of academic probation and suspension.