Conditional Admission (GPA)

If the admissions requirements for GPA are not fully met, the Program Director for the student’s respective program will review the applicant’s file and may grant admittance to the program on a conditional status. A student receiving conditional admission due to GPA will be given 12 credit hours to earn a 2.0 GPA or above for that semester. If this condition is met, the student will be given an additional 12 credit hours to earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above. At the end of the conditional admission period of up to 24 credit hours, the student’s cumulative GPA must be at 2.0 or above to continue in the program.

If this condition is met, the student will be granted full standing admission in the program and will be subject to the standard program policies.

If the condition is not met by the end of probationary period, the student will be placed on academic suspension for three (3) months. After a three-month waiting period, the student may petition to return to the program. Students interested in being reinstated into their program should consult the Reinstatement Policy.