To: Students on Probation following Spring Year
From: Scholastic Committee
Subject: Official Notice of Academic Probation
You have been placed on academic probation (PB) because your semester or cumulative GPA following spring year was less than 2.000. If at the end of fall semester year your term GPA and cumulative GPA are not 2.000 or higher, you will be suspended. Your best chance to avoid suspension is to meet with your adviser before the essential deadline (September day, year) to review your fall schedule of classes. You should be registered for 12–16 credits and you should have completed all prerequisite courses. Links to tools that will help you and your adviser assess your schedule and workload are on the Scholastic Committee website and below.
- A hold has been placed on your record that requires you to meet with your adviser in October following fall break to discuss appropriate courses for spring year.
- While on probation your registration is limited to 12–16 credits, ideally no more than four courses.
- Because some sources of financial aid or scholarships have specific credit completion requirements, you should discuss any financial implications of your spring year enrollment with a Financial Aid officer and share that information with your adviser.
You can return to good standing by raising your term and cumulative GPA to 2.000.
Consult the UMM resources offered above to help you identify your areas of difficulty and to help you improve your grades and better manage the social, academic, and financial pressures you face as a college student.
A copy of this probation notice has been sent to your adviser.
Att: PB notification, Academic Planning Form