If, in the judgment of the academic program and the Administrative Board of The Graduate School, a student fails to make satisfactory progress towards the completion of the degree or to demonstrate sufficient promise in the discipline, the student will not be allowed to continue in The Graduate School. Registration in following semesters for academically ineligible students will be cancelled automatically.
A student becomes academically ineligible to continue in The Graduate School for the following reasons:
- S/he receives a grade of F, F*, or nine or more hours of L.
- S/he fails a written or oral comprehensive examination for the second time.
Please see the University Graduate Handbook for specific details.
Part-time Continuing Education Students
A postmaster’s student will be unable to proceed in their program of study if he or she receives a grade of F, or if he or she receives a grade of L in more than 20% of the total credits in the student’s plan of study.
Update July 2012