Academic probation is a warning to students that they are not progressing toward completion of their degree in a satisfactory manner. Students are placed on academic probation and informed through email when their cumulative CU GPA falls below a 2.0 at the end of any academic term.
These students will be required to complete the Academic Success Plan during their first semester on Academic Probation. They must schedule an appointment and meet with their academic advisor every semester they're on probation to discuss the completed Academic Success Plan before they'll be allowed to register for the next term.
Academic Probation requires that students achieve a minimum 2.3 semester GPA each subsequent term until their cumulative CU GPA is at least a 2.0 to return to good academic standing. Students must achieve a minimum 2.0 cumulative CU GPA to meet graduation requirements.
Those who fail to earn the 2.3 semester GPA during any semester of Academic Probation will be placed on Restricted Academic Probation. Students then have five semesters or 30 credits (whichever happens sooner) to raise their cumulative GPA to above a 2.0, or they will be placed on Academic Suspension.
Once a student has raised their cumulative CU GPA to at least a 2.0, they will be removed from Academic Probation and notified via email that they're in Academic Good Standing.