Academic Dismissal and Suspension
Students who fail to show sufficient improvement during the period of regular probation will be subject to academic dismissal. No student may be dismissed without having gone through a probation period (usually 15 credits). It is understood that exceptional cases will be dealt with according to the administrative discretion of the Dean.
A student who is dismissed for academic reasons may request to be readmitted through a written appeal directed to the Associate Dean. Requests for readmission will be considered by the Board of Academic Review, which will take into consideration extenuating circumstances which might enter into a student’s case, and will decide whether and under what circumstances the student will be readmitted. Students who are readmitted through this process are considered to be on probation.
A student may also be dismissed or suspended from the University under the provisions of the Academic Honesty Policy (See Academic Honesty Policy).