Students must continue to make progress toward earning a degree or certificate by enrolling and passing at least one course every four months. Students who do not meet this basic enrollment requirement may be dismissed from the University.
Students who are dismissed due to this policy may reapply after the period of suspension is served. Students who are readmitted will remain on Continual Academic Progress probation until they have enrolled and passed their first class. Students who either successfully appeal or return on continual academic progress probation must successfully complete, with a passing grade, the first class for which they register or they will be suspended or dismissed from the program. Once a student successfully completes a course the probation status will be lifted.
Students also have the opportunity to appeal by following the instructions outlined in the Appeals Policies Quick Reference section (p. x).