Academic Recovery takes time. When students in Academic Recovery meet the requirements of their probationary term but do not restore Academic Good Standing, they will be placed on Continuing Academic Probation at the end of the term.
If you find yourself on Continuing Academic Probation, you must meet the following requirements each semester, including summer, until you restore Academic Good Standing:
- Limit your semester hours to 16 hours every fall and spring term and 8 semester hours in the summer until Academic Good Standing is restored. While it is possible to take summer courses, you are strongly recommended to consult an advisor prior to registration.
- Earn a minimum 2.30 term GPA every term (including summer) until your cumulative GPA reaches the required 2.00.
- Students on Continuing Academic Probation are not required to enroll in or complete an ARS course but will receive email outreach from ARS coordinators at key points in the term. Students on Continuing Academic Probation are encouraged to connect with the Students First Office and prior ARS coaches and instructors for support throughout their journey.
Students may remain on Continuing Academic Probation for multiple semesters but must meet the requirements above each semester. The consequences of not meeting these requirements vary depending on which form of Continuing Academic Probation you are on. You may confirm your Academic Standing by checking with the Students First Office.
- If you have not yet encountered Academic Suspension or Dismissal, you will be Academically Suspended if you do not meet the probationary requirements while on Continuing Academic Probation.
- If you have recently returned from Academic Suspension or Dismissal, you will be Academically Dismissed if you do not meet the probationary requirements while on Continuing Academic Probation.
- If you restore a 2.00 cumulative GPA but do not earn 67% of your semester hours you will be placed on Academic Warning.
If you are unsure of your Academic Standing or would like more support navigating the Academic Recovery process, schedule an appointment with an SFO advisor or Academic Recovery team member.
You can read more about the Academic Standing policy in the UNCG Catalog.