All graduate students (degree seeking and post baccalaureate) are subject to academic suspension. An accumulation of three marginal C grades in any graduate course work will result in suspension of the student's enrollment. If a student makes a grade of U or N in any graduate course, enrollment will be suspended. A graduate student whose enrollment has been suspended because of grades is ineligible to register in any semester or summer session unless properly reinstated. Note: Some Departments and/or programs have stricter regulations on suspension than those of the Graduate School. See the academic regulations presented in the program specific sections of the Graduate Catalog.
Graduate students may appeal a suspension or termination using the procedures described in the tabs listed on the left. Other grievances relating to academic status are to be addressed to the Graduate School.