When does probation result in academic dismissal?
The second time a student’s IU CGPA falls into the critical probation range (and the semester IUGPA is not 2.5 or above) the student is dismissed and may not enroll at IU Bloomington for at least one fall or spring semester. The student is also unable to take summer session courses at IU Bloomington.
The only time a dismissed student can enroll at IU Bloomington through UD again is if the student has been reinstated or has earned good academic standing (through another IU campus). After an absence from IU Bloomington for a fall or spring semester or longer, the student may petition to be considered for reinstatement.
The third time a student’s IU CGPA falls into the critical probation range (and the semester GPA is not 2.5 or above) the student is dismissed a second time and cannot petition for reinstatement until a full calendar year has passed.
If a student is able to get back into good standing through coursework taken another IU campus, the student may return without filing for reinstatement.