Academic Probation

A student whose semester GPA falls below 2.00 will be placed on Academic Probation. Probation is a warning that studies are not of expected quality. A student on probation should plan carefully to avoid subsequent dismissal. The student should seek advice from a faculty advisor, and it is the student’s responsibility to seek the advice.

A student placed on academic probation must register for no more than 12 units and sign up for academic counseling with the Academic Skills Counselor. Probation will be lifted if the next semester’s GPA is 2.00 or higher if their cumulative WJU averages are above probation level. If cumulative WJU averages are below the disqualification level after at least two semesters at the University, students may be academically dismissed.