Academic Standing and Progression

Approved by: University Curriculum and Policies Committee

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Related PoliciesIndividual Graduate Program Policies Published in the Graduate Academic Catalog

Related Forms, Procedures and References:  N/A

For Questions Contact:  Director of the Graduate Program

While students may meet a specific course requirement with a grade of C, they must maintain a B average to remain in good academic standing. Students who do not maintain a B average or who earn more than one grade of C or lower may be asked to withdraw from the program. In addition, students who fail to complete the program’s requirements within the designated time frame may be asked to terminate the program.

The guidelines stated above are minimum requirements. Each program is free to set more specific terms by which progress is measured for purposes of continuation. Students are responsible for knowing and following the academic progression policies of the graduate program to which they have been admitted. See the individual programs of study in the catalog for more information. Students are also encouraged to check with their program director for complete information about academic performance and degree progress standards, as well as the procedures used to monitor these standards.