In order to remain in a graduate program of study, students must:
- maintain a 3.0 GPA over all graduate courses;
- not have received a grade of “C” in more than 1.0 unit of coursework;
- not have received a grade of “F” or “F*.”
If a student does not meet these standards, the student will be immediately academically dismissed from the University. The Dean of Graduate Studies will contact all students who are academically dismissed.
Students may be considered for readmission to graduate studies at the University. A detailed written request for readmission must be sent to the Dean of Graduate Studies. The Graduate Studies Program and Policy Committee will review the request along with a recommendation from the program to which the student wishes to return or be admitted. The committee may recommend readmission after a period of up to 12 months following the term in which the student did not meet the above standards or recommend against readmission. Normally only one application for readmission to graduate studies at the University will be considered. The Committee’s decision will be conveyed to the student by the Dean of Graduate Studies.