»Academic Probation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Undergraduates are placed on academic probation if, in any semester, their term or cumulative GPA at Chapman falls below a 2.00 (a "C" average).
Undergraduates on academic probation are subject to dismissal if their term or cumulative GPA at Chapman falls below a 2.00 for two consecutive semesters.
Undergraduates are removed from academic probation and restored to good standing upon achieving a 2.00 GPA in both their term and cumulative GPA at Chapman.
Students on academic probation are limited to 14 credits. If a student is enrolled in more than 14 credits, and does not drop courses before the deadline date indicated in their probation letter, the Office of the Registrar will drop the last class the student registered for via WebAdvisor.
All undergraduate students on academic probation will have an advising hold placed on their account that will only be lifted after the student has met with their academic advisor. The advisor will review the probation policies, grading, success strategies, and available resources in a group or individual setting, and will ask the student to sign a probation agreement. Some students may be asked to repeat courses, seek tutoring and/or schedule follow up appointments with their advisor.
Yes. In fact, this is the quickest way to improve your GPA. When repeating courses, the original grade will remain on the transcript, but only the higher grade will be used in the GPA calculation. You should meet with your advisor to discuss specific course requirements. See the Repeating Courses page for more specific information.
Under the policy for Courses Repeated for Higher Grades, there is no limit to the number of credits that can be repeated.
Any course taken at Chapman must be repeated at Chapman in order to replace the previous grade in your GPA. Any course repeated at another college or University will be averaged in when calculating your GPA.
*Note: Credits are only earned once when repeating courses.
No. You do not have to take the class the next semester or with the same instructor. The class must have the same course name and number (i.e. BIOL 204), in order to apply the repeat. However, it is a good idea to repeat the class the next semester while the material is fresh in your mind, and to quickly raise your GPA.
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