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• 24 to 44 grade hours - a minimum cumulative GPA of 1.50 is required • 45 to 59 grade hours - a minimum cumulative GPA of 1.75 is required • 60 or more grade hours - a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 is required A student who has been placed on academic probation must achieve a minimum GPA standard on courses attempted after being placed on probation. The GPA standard required of students who have been placed on academic probation is as follows: • 0-11 grade hours-no minimum GPA required. • 12+ grade hours-minimum GPA of 2.00 is required. Academic probation may be removed the following ways: 1. Attempt 12 or more grade hours while on probation, and 2. Attain a minimum cumulative GPA that meets the above GPA standards. Students who leave the University without completing a term of probation, and are absent for three (3) or more years, will begin a new term of probation upon readmission. Academic Warning Degree-seeking students who have attempted 1-23 hours and drop below a 2.0 GPA will receive an academic warning. An academic warning is a chance for students to examine their academic habits and life choices that may be negatively affecting their academic work. Students who are placed on academic warning must: 1.successfully complete an academic workshop coordinated by the Student Success Center, 2.submit a Conditional Enrollment Agreement w/the Student Success Center, 3.satisfy the requirements in the Agreement, and Academic Suspension A student who has been placed on academic probation but does not achieve the required minimum GPA standard will be placed on academic suspension. There are three levels of academic suspension. Academic Grievances The University of South Carolina Upstate is committed to the judicious, fair and impartial resolution of University regulations related to their academic work. The process is designed to provide an objective review of student complaints regarding academic grievances, including acceptance into a program (for example, nursing or education), transfer credit, grades and other academic policies. Copies of the Academic Appeals recommendations. 191 ‘15 - ‘16 Student Handbook 189


2016-17 Student Handbook
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