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University of Louisville Undergraduate Catalog Summer 2010 – Spring 2011 Academic Standing University Policy Policies regarding academic standing are determined by each academic unit. Please refer to unit information below. Additional Unit Policies College of Arts and Sciences Definition of Satisfactory Standing: To make satisfactory progress, students must maintain a cumulative average of at least 2.0. To graduate, students must attain a 2.0 grade point average overall and a 2.0 grade point
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University of Louisville Undergraduate Catalog Summer 2010 \u2013 Spring 2011 Academic Standing University Policy Policies regarding academic standing are determined by each academic unit. Please refer to unit information below. Additional Unit Policies College of Arts and Sciences Definition of Satisfactory Standing: To make satisfactory progress, students must maintain a cumulative average of at least 2.0. To graduate, students must attain a 2.0 grade point average overall and a 2.0 grade point average in the major department, unless a higher average is required for the specific degree sought. All point- standing calculations are made on cumulative, end-of-term grades. Warning, Probation, Suspension, and Readmission Students are in Satisfactory standing when they have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0. Visiting students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences are subject to the same standards for retention as matriculated students. Students who, after the first 12 degree-applicable hours at the University of Louisville, have a grade point average below 2.0 will be placed on Academic Warning. Students on Academic Warning are limited to enrollment for 13 credit hours in a fall or spring semester and 10 credit hours for the summer terms. In any subsequent semester, a student whose grade point average falls below 2.0 will be placed on Academic Probation for the next semester of enrollment. The enrollment of students on probation is limited to a maximum of 13 semester hours in a fall or spring semester and 10 credit hours for the summer terms. Students on probation may also be subject to specified course registration requirements, or other actions deemed appropriate by the College. The record of a student on Academic Probation will be evaluated at the end of the probationary semester, with one of the following outcomes: \ue000 a student whose cumulative gradepoint average is 2.0 or above will be restored to Satisfactory standing. \ue000 a student whose grade point average for the probationary semester is 2.0 or above, but whose cumulative grade point average remains below 2.0 will be retained on Probation. \ue000 a student whose cumulative grade point average is still below 2.0 and who earned a semester grade point average below 2.0 will be placed on Academic Suspension and will be required to sit out at least one semester. Students suspended after a fall semester must sit out the following spring semester; students suspended after a spring semester must sit out the following summer and fall semesters; and students suspended after a summer semester must sit out the following fall semester. Students must sit out at least one calendar year after any University Policies Academic StandingUniversity of Louisville Undergraduate Catalog Summer 2010 \u2013 Spring 2011 subsequent suspension. No work completed at another college during the period of suspension will be accepted for credit in the College. Readmission of suspended students is not guaranteed. In order to be considered for readmission, a student must submit a written petition to the Committee on Admissions and Appeals and an \u201cApplication for Undergraduate Admission\u201d to the Office of Admissions. The petition must be received by that office no later than July 1 for readmission for the fall semester, November 1 for readmission for the spring semester, and May 1 for readmission for the summer terms. The petition should address the student\u2019s perception of the causes of poor performance, the steps the student has taken to address those causes, and a plan of action to return to satisfactory academic standing. Students who are granted readmission will be readmitted on Probation. University policy permits students who are suspended or dismissed by an academic unit to apply for admission to another degree- granting unit whose minimum admission standards they meet. However, students are cautioned that if admitted to another unit, they may not enroll in any courses in the unit from which they were suspended or dismissed. A student will not be readmitted more than twice. A third suspension constitutes an Academic Dismissal from the College. Students have the responsibility to know their current academic status. The College routinely notifies students when their status changes, but such notification may not be possible before the beginning of the next semester. Any student enrolled for courses during a semester of suspension/ dismissal will be required to disenroll. College of Business Definition of Good Standing:To make satisfactory progress students must maintain a University grade point average - GPA of 3.0 or higher. To graduate, students must attain a 3.0 University GPA and a 3.0 average in all major courses (includes major courses that are transferred). Students are in good standing when they have a minimum University GPA of 3.0. Warning, Probation, Suspension, Dismissal, and Readmission Students are in good standing when they have a minimum University GPA of 3.0. Students who, after their first semester at the University of Louisville, have a University GPA below 3.0 will be placed on Academic Warning. (Those admitted in conditional status are to be considered on Academic Warning.) Students on Academic Warning are limited to enrollment for 13 credit hours in a fall or spring semester and no more than one course per summer term. Summer terms count fully toward academic standing. In any subsequent semester, students whose GPA falls below 3.0 will be placed on Academic Probation for the next semester of University Policies Academic StandingUniversity of Louisville Undergraduate Catalog Summer 2010 \u2013 Spring 2011 enrollment. Students on Probation are limited to enrollment for 13 credit hours in a fall or spring semester and no more than one course per summer term. Summer terms count fully toward academic standing. Students on probation may also be subject to specified course registration requirements, or other actions deemed appropriate by the COB. The records of students on Academic Probation will be evaluated at the end of the probationary semester with one of the following outcomes: \ue000 Students whose University GPA is 3.0 or above will be restored to good standing. \ue000 Students whose GPA for the probationary semester is 3.2 or above, but whose University GPA remains below 3.0 will be retained on Probation. \ue000 Students whose University GPA is still below 3.0 and who earned a semester grade point average below 3.2 will be placed on Academic Suspension and will be expelled from the COB. Suspended students are withdrawn from all enrolled courses. Students will be suspended for at least one semester (summer terms do not count as a suspended semester). Students suspended by the COB may apply for admission to another U of L academic unit whose minimum admission standards they meet. Courses completed in another unit will be recognized by the COB as work completed toward degree plan requirements for students readmitted into the COB. Readmission of suspended students into the COB is not guaranteed. For readmission students must submit a written petition, an academic plan form and an Application for Undergraduate Admission to the Office of Admissions. The petition must address the student\u2019s perception of the causes of poor performance, the steps the student has taken to correct those causes, and a plan of action to return to satisfactory academic standing. Petition deadlines for readmission are July 1 for Fall semester, November 1 for Spring semester and May 1 for Summer semester. Students must have at minimum a University GPA of 2.8 to petition for readmission or a deferred suspension. Students out of school for two or more years may be eligible for academic bankruptcy. Students will not be readmitted more than twice. A third suspension constitutes an Academic Dismissal from the University. Students have the responsibility to know their current academic status. The College routinely notifies students when their status changes, but such notification may not be possible before the beginning of the next semester. For example, a student taking courses in the late summer term who fails to meet academic standards may be suspended after the start of the fall semester. Dental Hygiene Progran Warning-Probation-Suspension The University of Louisville communicates its expectations for undergraduate academic achievement through the Undergraduate Academic Standards Policy. Academic standards are determined by the University Policies Academic StandingUniversity of Louisville Undergraduate Catalog Summer 2010 – Spring 2011 faculties of the enrollment/degree- granting units. Applicable standards for continuation in a particular enrollment unit can be based upon grade point average, course specific achievement, and in some programs a professional/behavioral component. Academic Standards Lower Division Progression Good standing in the Dental Hygiene program is a minimum University cumulative GPA of 2.8*. Students who, after the first semester at U of L, have a cumulative University grade point average below 2.8* will be placed on Academic Warning. They will be notified that their achievement is below expectations and are subject to course and/or credit hour limitations, specified course registration requirements, or other intrusive advising interventions as deemed appropriate by the Dental Hygiene program. In any semester subsequent to being placed on Academic Warning, a student whose cumulative University grade point average is below 2.8* will be placed on Academic Probation for the next semester (including Summer) in which the student enrolls. Students on Academic Probation are notified that their achievement is below expectations and are subject to course and/or credit hour limitations, specified course registration requirements, or other intrusive advising interventions as deemed appropriate by the Dental Hygiene program. Students on Academic Probation will have their records evaluated at the end of the probationary semester with one of the following outcomes:  student whose cumulative University grade point average is above 2.8* will be restored to good standing.  student whose cumulative University grade point average is still below 2.8* but who earned a semester grade point average at or above 2.8 will be maintained on probation.  student whose cumulative University grade point average is still below 2.8* and who earned a semester grade point average below 2.8 will be placed on Academic Suspension and will be required to sit out at least one semester (summer terms excluded).  students who are suspended or dismissed by the Dental Hygiene program are eligible to apply for admission to another unit and may be admitted if they meet minimum admission standards of that unit. Students who apply for admission to another unit may not enroll in any courses in the Dental Hygiene program. Readmission of suspended students is not guaranteed. In order to be considered for readmission, a student must submit an “Admissions Petition” and an “Application for Undergraduate Admission” to the Office of Admissions. The petition must be received by the Dental Hygiene program Office of Student Affairs after being processed in accordance with University deadlines for submitting Admission Petitions (July 1 for Fall and November 1 for Spring terms). The petition should address the University Policies Academic Standing
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