Probation and Dismissal

Students who fail to meet the requirements of their program, including maintaining the minimum grade point average, may be placed on probation. Most graduate programs require a minimum 3.0 GPA. Basic teaching credentials, single or multiple subject, will not accept grades lower than a B- in all work attempted with the exception of the designated subjects credential, which requires a 2.5 grade point average in all work. Check with your program for their course and GPA requirements.

Students on probation must rectify their grade-point deficiencies by the end of the quarter of notification of probationary status, or they automatically will be disqualified.

Dismissed students who are registered to attend classes in the current quarter and any subsequent quarters will be dropped from their courses administratively and refunded their registration fees. Students who are receiving financial aid should notify the Financial Aid Office at (909) 537-5227.

Students who wish to petition for readmission should contact the Office of Graduate Studies at (909) 537-5058. More information on the university's probation and dismissal policies can be found in the University Bulletin.