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Probation and Disqualification
Academic probation alerts you that your academic performance is below the state minimum required for graduation, and that you must improve your academic performance before a degree can be granted. For more information, see the Undergraduate Probation and Disqualification Policy or the Graduate Student Probation and Disqualification Policy.
Improving your Academic Standing
There are various services to assist you in improving your academic standing. Visit the Academic Advising page to find your adviser and to make an advising appointment.
Students may be academically or administratively disqualified for not meeting university standards. Academic disqualification means you have failed to meet certain University standards regarding your academic progress and standing. Administrative disqualification means you do not meet other university guidelines for which you may be disqualified. Learn more about the complete policy guidelines in the Undergraduate Probation and Disqualification Policy or the Graduate Student Probation and Disqualification Policy.
If you have been disqualified, see your academic advisor for assistance.