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This portion of your Graduate Student Handbook is designed to help you understand the universities Academic Probation Policy. Provide you with information on how to calculate your grade point balance and additional steps that must be followed. Please review the academic probation information below (Sections I - IV). Please keep in mind you do need to meet with your advisor and bring a copy of the Academic Success Sheet. It is critical to your success in the program that read all the information provided.
A student enrolled in a graduate degree program will be placed on academic probation if either the graduate or the Study Plan grade point average falls below a 3.0. A graduate student may also be placed on academic probation for reasons other than graduate and/or Study Plan grade point average. Last, if the foundation or accounting prerequisite grade point average falls below a 3.0 a student will be placed on academic probation. Probation will commence with the fall or spring semester following the session in which the study plan and/or cumulative grade-point average failed to meet the 3.0 (B) standard. It is the student's responsibility to become familiar with and understand the Academic Probation Policy and Academic Standards.
Graduate students in the Mihaylo College of Business & Economics will be allowed two semesters , following the semester in which the grade point average fell below the minimum 3.0, excluding summer terms, on academic probation. However, students are subject to disqualification if they are unable to improve their academic situation or if their academic situation worsens at the end of their first semester following the semester in which the grade point average fell below the minimum 3.0.
Students on academic probation in their second semester, following the semester in which the grade point average fell below the minimum 3.0, are "not" eligible to enroll during their third semester until grades are reviewed. This means students will not be eligible to utilize early registration.
To be eligible to receive federal and state financial aid, you must be maintaining progress toward a specific degree or credential. Maintaining academic progress at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) means you must: 1) meet the minimum cumulative grade point average standard, 2) meet the "pace" requirement by completing at least 70% of the units you attempt each academic year, and 3) complete your educational program within the maximum timeframe. For details on SAP please review the Financial Aid website.
As you continue forward there are several items that you must keep in mind . There are several areas that determine academic probation: Overall, Study Plan, Foundation, and pre-requisites.
The Office of Graduate Studies approaches the subjects of student probation and disqualification very seriously and methodically. We follow the requirements of both state law and CSUF university policy, as outlined in the University Catalog. In addition, we consult with the graduate program advisor or chair of the department involved and conduct an in-house discussion of each potential disqualification case.
The Associate Vice President, Academic Programs, in consultation with the Mihaylo College of Business, may disqualify a graduate student who is on probation if the student does not, or cannot raise the study plan and cumulative grade-point average to 3.0 by the completion of the second regular semester following the semester in which the grade-point average fell below the minimum 3.0 standard. In addition, if at anytime it becomes mathematically impossible to raise a your GPA to a 3.0 (B) average you will be removed from the program regardless of the number of semesters you have been on probation.
This portion of your Graduate Student Handbook has been created to provide you with five simple steps to follow if you have been placed on Academic Probation. Please read and follow all five steps.
The Mihaylo Graduate Business Program's priority is to help you prepare for and graduate from college. Student success represents academic achievement, engagement in educationally purposeful activities, satisfaction, acquisition of desired knowledge, skills, and competencies, persistence, and attainment of educational objectives (Kuh, Kinzie, Buckley, Bridges, & Hayek, 2007). At Cal State Fullerton there are several departments on campus to facilitate your success. Please see the Academic Success & Campus Support Services page in your GSH for resources available to you on campus.
Please schedule all appointments regarding Academic Probation in the online "Academic Probation" Calendar. Appointments are more readily available during the following months: