Academic Probation Policy
Frequently Asked Questions
The UHMC Academic Probation Policy is separate and distinct from the Financial Aid satisfactory academic progress policy. You will want to check with Financial Aid for specifics on your standing.
The UHMC Academic Probation Policy is separate and distinct from the Financial Aid satisfactory academic progress policy. The requirements for both policies must be fulfilled.
You have two requirements:
- Raise your GPA above 2.0 before next semester
If you receive less than a 2.0 semester GPA this semester, you will be placed on Academic Probation.
Your cumulative grade point average is your overall grade point average over your entire academic career at UHMC (even if you just took one class twenty years ago, it counts toward your cumulative GPA).
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- If you need help with the act of completing your assessments and/or need help with computers, please set up an appointment with Melissa, Retention Coordinator (984-3539) or the Educational Opportunity Center (984-3286).
I suggest you contact your teachers to see where you stand grade-wise in each of your classes before the semester gets closer to finals time. If you need to raise your grade, ask what you can do to get a B or A or something higher than a C. If you need help calculating the grades you will need to earn to raise your GPA to 2.0, please contact Melissa at 984-3539 or a counselor (984-3306) for assistance.
For questions or concerns about the Academic Probation Policy, contact Melissa, Retention Coordinator (984-3539), or to speak with a counselor about your class schedule, contact the Counseling Department at 984-3306.