Academic Standing Regulations

Academic Standing Regulations for Undergraduate Students in the School of Natural Resources

Students with term and cumulative grade point averages (GPA) ≥ 2.00 are considered to be in good academic standing.

Students with a term GPA < 2.00 but ≥ 1.50 are placed on academic probation.

Students on academic probation must achieve at least a 2.00 term GPA each semester and establish at least a 2.00 cumulative GPA within two successive terms of enrollment. Failure to meet these criteria may result in the student be declared ineligible to enroll in the School of Natural Resources for up to one academic year.

Students with a term GPA < 1.5 but ≥ 1.00 may be subject to suspension (ineligible to enroll for one semester).

Students with a term GPA < 1.0 may be declared ineligible to enroll for one academic year.

A student who has been declared ineligible to enroll may be readmitted only upon the approval of the Associate Director of Academic Programs. As a condition of readmission, the Associate Director may set forth stipulations with regard to minimum standards of academic work. If the student, after readmission, again becomes ineligible to enroll, the student’s ineligibility is normally considered permanent.

The Director of the School of Natural Resources has final authority on all academic decisions.