Policies & Procedures
Under special circumstances, SPEA students may be placed on critical probation. If the student is given the opportunity to enroll under critical probation, SPEA will establish strict conditions that must be met before that student will be allowed to register for future classes.
Students who fail to return to good standing at the conclusion of critical probation may be dismissed from the school.
SPEA Indianapolis Critical Probation policy
- SPEA Students will be placed on critical probation during the second term (consecutive or nonconsecutive) that their SPEA major GPA is below 2.3.
- The SPEA major GPA is considered when a student completes 12 or more credits in the major.
- If a student is making positive progress in their SPEA courses, but their SPEA GPA continues below 2.3, at the discretion of SPEA undergraduate student services, a student could continue on Critical Probation.
- Critical probation students must participate in intrusive advising and will create a strategic academic plan to return to good standing in consultation with their academic advisor.
- After the third semester in which a student’s SPEA GPA is below 2.3, the student could be dismissed if not making positive progress.
- Regardless of SPEA GPA, a student could be dismissed if his/her CGPA or semester GPA is below 2.0 for the second consecutive semester.