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UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLASTIC
STANDING CONDITIONS 

GOOD SCHOLASTIC STANDING

In order to graduate, students must have an overall grade point average of 2.00 (transfer work included) and a grade point average of 2.00 overall for all work taken at Emporia State University. A student is in "good standing" when the following cumulative grade point average or higher is achieved:

The classification, credits toward degree, and cumulative GPA are calculated at the end of each semester.

CLASSIFICATION CREDITS GPA
Freshmen under 30 1.8
Sophomores 30 - 59 2.0
Juniors 60 - 89 2.0
Seniors 90 or more 2.0
NOTE:  A=4.0    B=3.0   C=2.0   D=1.0 
Only grades A through F count toward hours attempted.

The last credits and grade earned are counted when a course is repeated.

 

PLACED ON PROBATION

When the cumulative GPA falls below these levels the student will be placed on scholastic probation after attempting a minimum of 12 semester hours.

Scholastic probationary status indicates serious deficiency in the student's progress toward a college degree. The purpose of scholastic probation is to call attention to the fact that the student is not making satisfactory progress.

 

CONTINUED ON PROBATION

A student who is placed on probation and achieves a 2.00 GPA the following semester will be continued on probation if the required CGPA is not achieved.

 

REMOVED FROM PROBATION

If the required CGPA for good scholastic standing is met, the student will be removed from probation.

 

REQUIRED WITHDRAWAL

If the student fails to achieve a 2.00 GPA the following semester and fails to achieve the required CGPA, he/she will be required to withdraw. Students may petition for immediate reinstatement in person or by writing to the Registrar.

If the appropriate committee then denies a request for reinstatement, the student is not eligible for enrollment for the next term. A request for reinstatement for any future term should be in writing and addressed to the Office of the Registrar. Such requests should be received no later than 30 days prior to the date of desired readmission.