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Sometimes students do not perform up to their academic potential. This section of our website highlights information regarding Academic Probation and Dismissal at the University of Southern Indiana.
Academic Probation is a WARNING that your grades are dangerously low and that you are at risk of being academically dismissed from the university.
A student whose cumulative GPA meets or exceeds the following standards is in good academic standing:
Students who fail to meet these minimum standards will be placed on academic probation for one semester. During this semester, students on academic probation should make use of available university resources to improve academic skills, performance, and cumulative GPA. Failure to meet the preceding required GPA levels at the end of a probationary semester will result in academic dismissal from the university.
A student academically dismissed may not register for credit classes at the University for a minimum of one semester, unless readmitted provisionally. Such readmission is not automatic. Any student on academic dismissal is not eligible for financial aid.
A student may apply for provisional readmission for one semester, according to terms of a provisional readmission contract (link here for University Division readmission application) agreed upon by the student and the readmitting college.
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