What is Academic Probation?
Academic probation is a warning that a student's performance falls below the requirement for good academic standing. All UD students with an IU CGPA below a 2.0 are placed on some form of academic probation. The type of probation a student is on (probation vs. critical probation) is based on the student’s IU CGPA and class standing (in other words, credit hours). When a student is on Critical Probation the student is in danger of dismissal unless the student gets a Cumulative GPA of a 2.0 or a semester GPA of a 2.5 in the next term. In order to get back into good standing a student needs to raise his or her GPA to a 2.0 or above.
UD and the Student Academic Center coordinate efforts to provide support and services to students on Academic Probation through the Phoenix Program.
|Credit Hours Completed*||Probation if IU CGPA is:||Critical Probation if IU GPA is:|
|1-18||1.33 - 1.99||below 1.33|
|19-36||1.63 - 1.99||below 1.63|
|37-45||1.83 - 1.99||below 1.3|
*To calculate credit hours completed, you will need to include your IUGPA hours (not hours earned) and your transfer hours.