UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2020-2021

Policies and Procedures by Keyword: Disqualification

Academic Notice and Disqualification (Graduate Program Policy)

Academic Notice (Formerly Academic Probation) Students enrolled in a graduate program (certificate, masterā€™s, or doctoral) will be placed on academic notice at the end of the semester when their cumulative GPA falls below 3.0. Failure to raise their cumulative GPA to 3.0 in the following semester of enrollment will result in disqualification. (Refer to Grading …

Academic Notice and Disqualification (Post-Baccalaureate Credential Program Policy)

Academic Notice (Formerly Academic Probation) Students enrolled in a post-baccalaureate credential program will be placed on academic notice at the end of the semester when their cumulative GPA falls below 2.75. Failure to raise their cumulative GPA to 2.75 in the following semester of enrollment will result in disqualification. (Refer to Grading in the Regulations …

Academic Reinstatement to the University (Undergraduate)

Reinstatement for Undergraduates After a Third Disqualification Five years from the final day of the semester during which the student received a third disqualification, the student may reapply to the University during the appropriate application filing period. The student must provide evidence that demonstrates acquired skills or achievements that support a successful return to the …

Academic Standing for Undergraduates (Good Standing, Academic Notice and Disqualified Status)

Academic standing is defined by the student’s GPA. The GPA is calculated by dividing the number of grade points earned in courses that assign letter grades by the number of units attempted. Courses in which grades of CR, NC, I and W are assigned are not used in GPA calculation. A student’s academic status takes …

Categories of Disqualification (Undergraduate)

Disqualification of UndergraduateĀ Students First Disqualification Any student whose cumulative GPA is below a 1.0 will be disqualified immediately without first being placed on academic notice (formerly academic probation). In addition, students who were on academic notice the previous semester are placed in disqualified status if at the end of the next semester either their cumulative …

Readmission of Previously Disqualified Students (Undergraduate)

Students in disqualified status who are interested in returning to the University for a subsequent semester must reapply to the University. Students in disqualified status seeking readmission must submit: A formal application for readmission through Cal State Apply, following the application instructions and deadlines at Returning to CSUN. Official transcript(s) of course(s) completed at another …

Returning Student Admission Requirements

Returning Students in Good Standing Admission requirements depend on returning students’ academic standing in their last semester of attendance at CSUN. Returning undergraduate and graduate students in good standing are not required to meet additional admission criteria. However, students should provide the Office of the Registrar with official transcripts of any coursework completed since last …