Academic Standing and Progression - Associate
Approved by: University Curriculum and Policies Committee
History: Updated: March 2, 2018
Related Policies: Complaints, Petitions and Grievances
Related Forms, Procedures and References: N/A
For Questions Contact: Office of the Registrar| 651.690.6531 | Office of Academic Advising | 651.690.6803
Healthcare Certificate and Associate Degree Programs
To advance from one term to the next, students are required to show satisfactory academic performance, to meet requirements of their program and to fulfill all financial obligations to the University.
Probation results if the student's term or cumulative institutional grade point average (GPA) falls below 2.00 or if the student does not meet the progression requirements of the program. Students are informed by the academic dean's office or program director, in writing, of their status. Students must meet with their academic advisor upon receiving notice of probation. Students who are on probation may not withdraw from any courses without the permission of academic advising.
Continued probation or dismissal results if the student does not meet the conditions of probation or the progression requirements of the program. Students may petition the academic dean for reconsideration of dismissal. Petitions must be submitted in writing to the Office of Academic Advising.
The policy stated above pertains to minimum requirements. Policies for academic standing determinations and progression within programs are available from the program director and may be more stringent than this policy. The more stringent policy applies.
Re-Enrollment in Certificate or Associate Degree Program after Dismissal
Offers of re-enrollment will include at least the following conditions:
- The student will be on probationary admission status during the first semester.
- In order to remain at the University beyond the first semester, the student must meet the re-enrollment conditions.
Additional conditions to be met prior to, or at the time of, re-enrollment may be established; they will be presented to the student as part of the re-enrollment offer.