Academic Standing describes your status as a student at KPU. There are a variety of possible rankings to describe your academic standing:
- Good Academic Standing
- Dean's Honor Roll
- Academic Warning
- Academic Probation
- Required to Withdraw
- Academic Suspension
The University Calendar provides detailed information about academic standing regulations. Visit the University Calendar for academic standing definitions.
Required to Withdraw and Reinstatement
If you're on Academic Probation, have completed a minimum of 27.0 semester credit hours and your TGPA and CGPA are both less than 2.00, you will be required to withdraw and not permitted to enroll in undergraduate courses for two semesters (6 months).
After being required to withdraw, you should meet with an academic advisor to discuss your academic status and the reinstatement process.
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To maintain good academic standing at KPU, a student must achieve a 2.00 GPA or higher for all undergraduate courses taken at KPU. Failure to meet this minimum academic standard will result in corrective action and can lead to permanent withdrawal from KPU. KPU Policy ST6 defines the minimum standard of academic achievement for a KPU student.
If you have received a notification that you have been placed on Academic Warning or Probation, Central Advising is here to help you understand your academic standing and find ways to improve your GPA and succeed in your studies.
For more information about academic standing, visit our FAQ or make an appointment to see an advisor.
If you find you are struggling in a class and don't know where to go for help, please speak with your instructor. Your instructor may refer you to Early Alert, an academic intervention service that provides timely and targeted support. Contact us for more information about Early Alert.