To be in good standing, undergraduate students must have earned a GPA of 2.0 or higher; students who fall below this GPA threshold will be placed on academic probation. Students with 6 or more attempted semester hours who have not completed 67% of their attempted credit hours must meet with their academic advisor to register for classes.
Scholastic action is determined on the basis of cumulative GPA. When a student's cumulative GPA drops below 2.0, the registrar takes scholastic action by placing the student on probation. Whenever students subsequently attain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0, they are removed from probation. Students who are on probation must have their advisor's approval of their course selection before they register for classes. The student's course load may be limited if the advisor feels such a restriction is necessary. The advisor may also require the student to complete counseling, remedial work, and course repeats; restrict enrollment; and complete other steps.
Students who remain on probation for two semesters may be dismissed from the university for unsatisfactory academic performance. Also, students enrolled in study skills classes who do not successfully complete more than one half of their developmental course work over a period of two semesters will be subject to dismissal.
Transferring into a Degree-granting College
Students in the Academic Advising and Transfer Center are expected to move out of the University College and into a degree-granting college no later than the end of their fourth semester at Wright State. The academic year is divided into two semesters (fall and spring) and a summer session.