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2021-2022 Catalog

Required Withdrawal for Academic Reasons

At the end of each fall and spring semester, the Academic Progress Committee will require that students on Academic Probation withdraw for at least one semester if their grade point average during the semester on Academic Probation has not improved sufficiently to demonstrate clear promise of eventual graduation. The subsequent semester grade point average must be at or above a 1.80 for first-year students and a 2.00 for all other class levels.

A period of probation need not precede action requiring a student to withdraw, especially if the semester or cumulative grade point average is below a 1.00 or the student has been on Academic Probation previously.

Normally, a student who has been required to withdraw a second time is not eligible for reinstatement.

Reinstatement after a withdrawal period is not automatic; rather, it is dependent upon the student's demonstration of clear promise of eventual graduation. Reinstatement to the College may depend on space availability in the class.