Undergraduate Programs

Policies & Procedures


In the School of Business and Economics, at the discretion of the Graduate-Undergraduate Committee, a student may be dismissed from the school if the student has consistently failed to make progress toward meeting general education, business core, or concentration requirements. Generally, a student on probation will be dismissed if the student is 15 credit points below a 2.0 grade point average, or, if in two consecutive subsequent enrollments the student fails to make a 2.0 in those two enrollments considered as a unit and adds 10 credit points to the deficiency record.

Furthermore, upon the recommendation of the Graduate-Undergraduate Committee and with the approval of the dean of the School of Business and Economics, any student whose work is unsatisfactory or whose conduct is unethical may be dismissed from the school.

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