X. Academic suspension
Students on Academic Probation will be suspended if they fail to remove the Probation in two consecutive semesters of enrollment at LAU (Summer modules excluded), regardless of any Incompletes and semester Withdrawal.
Students with two consecutive Probations, and whose cumulative GPA is below 2.00 will not be suspended at the end of the semester, only if they achieve the following: A term GPA of 2.20, in a minimum of 12 attempted credits, totaling 26.4 quality points. If the student attempts less than 12 credits, a total quality points of 26.4 or more would still be required.
Students who may petition for a one semester grace period are those who lack 12 or less credit hours to graduate, and whose GPA for graduation is within possible reach in that one semester’s grace. Such students who are given this chance and do not complete all the requirements for graduation, will be suspended.
Students who can avoid suspension upon changing the major may do so at any time.
Students with two consecutive Probations will not be allowed to register if they have an Incomplete grade.
- Transfer and change of major
- Registration rules
- Withdrawal from the university
- Classification of students and academic load
- Attendance regulations and makeup policy
- Classroom scheduling and class size
- Tests and examinations
- Scholastic standing
- Academic suspension
- Readmission after suspension
- Disciplinary action