Outcome

Usual Action1

Transcript Notation

No course failures; cumulative GPA ≥ 3.000 (CP, GNP, OT-IL, PA-AZ, SLP) or ≥ 2.750 (CVS, NA, OT-AZ, PA-IL, PT)

Allowed to progress to the next quarter

 

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No course failures; one quarter of cumulative GPA < 3.000 (CP, GNP, OT-IL, PA-AZ, SLP) or < 2.750 (CVS, NA, OT-AZ, PA-IL, PT)

Allowed to progress and academic warning for the subsequent quarter

Academic warning is not noted on transcript.

One course failure2; and/or two quarters of cumulative GPA < 3.000 (CP, GNP, OT-IL, PA-AZ, SLP) or < 2.750 (CVS, NA, OT-AZ, PA-IL, PT)

a) Allowed to progress and academic probation until all academic requirements are met, or

b) Academic probation until all academic requirements are met and academic leave of absence3 for up to one year with retake of eligible course(s) on extended program and/or completion of any re-entry requirements

Note: Students on an extended program may be subject to academic leave of absence or dismissal after additional course failures or failure to maintain the required cumulative GPA.

"F" grade is listed on transcript and is counted toward GPA calculation and total number of accumulated failures. Following successful retake of the course, the original "F" grade remains on transcript as an "F" but is no longer factored into the GPA calculation. The new grade will be factored into the GPA.

Academic probation and extended program are not noted on transcript. Academic leave of absence is noted on transcript.

Three or more quarters of cumulative GPA < 3.000 (CP, GNP, OT-IL, PA-AZ, SLP) or <2.750 (CVS, NA, OT-AZ, PA-IL, PT)

a) Allowed to progress and academic probation until all academic requirements are met, or

b) Academic probation until all academic requirements are met and academic leave of absence3 for up to one year with retake of eligible course(s) on extended program and/or completion of any re-entry requirements, or

c) Dismissal

Academic probation and extended program are not noted on transcript. Academic leave of absence and dismissal are noted on transcript.

Two or more required course failures2

Dismissal

Note: Two or more required course failures will typically result in dismissal. Any other decision is at the discretion of the Dean.

Dismissal is noted on transcript.

1 The Student Academic Review Committee or the CHS Student Promotion and Graduation Committee may recommend any of the options listed among the usual actions described for each academic situation under review.  All recommended actions will be dependent on, and may be limited by, the curriculum and accreditation requirements of the individual programs.
2 More than one course failure and/or WF grade(s) may result in dismissal.
3 May or may not be preceded by academic warning/probation.