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Access the Faculty Recommendation Form for the Probation Peer Mentor Program

Note: If you are currently waiting for a faculty member to complete your recommendation, download this Faculty Recommendation Status Form to upload to your application while you wait.


What is Academic Probation?

Any student whose term or cumulative GPA at Chapman drops below 2.00 will be placed on academic probation. 

Students on academic probation are required to meet with their academic advisor to review their grades, and develop a probation agreement which may include repeating courses, tutoring, academic mentoring, and regular meetings with an advisor.  Students on academic probation may enroll in no more than 14 or 16 semester credits each term they are on probation (credit totals depend on their cumulative GPA).

+ - Academic Probation Advising Appointments

To sit down one-on-one with an advisor to review your academic standing and strategies for success, you may call the AAC at (714) 744-7959 to schedule an appointment.

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Academic Probation FAQ

Have additional questions about being on academic probation? Review our frequently asked questions.
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Academic Probation Resources

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