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IMPORTANT UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC PROBATION POLICY CHANGE: Effective January 1, 2015, Global University’s current Undergraduate Probation/Restriction policy will be replaced by the following Academic Probation and Dismissal Policy:
Undergraduate Academic Probation and Dismissal:
The purpose of academic probation is to help students succeed by increasing their GPA to the minimum 2.00 required to earn a Global University degree or diploma. Since academic probation is a remedial action, individuals placed on academic probation should request and receive academic counseling from their local enrollment office to explore possible reasons for and/or solutions to their academic performance.
Academic probation results from these conditions:
Before probationary students enroll in additional courses, they will be required to read and sign a statement that acknowledges they must raise their GPA to the required minimum of 2.00 in order to qualify for a Global University degree or diploma. Probationary students may continue their studies under the following conditions:
Dismissal from the Undergraduate School of Bible and Theology:
Students who are unable to demonstrate through academic improvement that they are benefiting from their undergraduate studies are encouraged to pursue other educational options with less academic rigor, such as the Berean School of the Bible programs. Students will be dismissed from the Undergraduate School under the following conditions:
Provisionally accepted students whose GPA is below 2.00 after completing 18 credits and who have not submitted proof of a high school diploma (or its equivalent).
Please do not hesitate to contact the registrar’s office (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.