Academic Probation

Criteria

  1. Your cumulative GPA is below a 2.00.
  2. You are not a first time in college (FTIC) freshman with 29 hours or less during your academic career.
    • This is a serious warning to obtain assistance in order to avoid suspension.
    • While your cumulative GPA is below 2.00, you will remain on probation and you must continue to earn at least a semester GPA of 2.00 each term in order to avoid being placed on academic suspension.
    • Mandatory academic advising is required prior to enrollment for all students on academic probation.
    • A mandatory advising stop will be placed on your record each semester when your cumulative GPA falls below 2.00.
    • You can enroll in no more than 12 credit hours each semester (fall or spring) until your cumulative GPA is 2.00.
    • You can enroll in no more than 5 credit hours in Summer Session 1 or Summer Session 4, or 10 credit hours in Summer Session 2 or Summer Session 3.
    • f you enroll in more than the allowed credit hours, your records will be checked in the first week of each term and you will be dropped from courses in order to bring your credit hour total within the allowable totals. You will not be guaranteed a refund and you may not have time to choose your own adjustments if you do not do so prior to the first day of the term.

Students with LESS than a 13 month interruption in enrollment

  • Must meet with major/intended major advisor.
  • Enroll in no more than 12 credit hours in a fall or spring semester.
  • Enroll in no more than 5 credit hours in Summer Session 1 or Summer Session 4, or 10 hours in Summer Session 2 or Summer Session 3.
  • If you enroll in more than the allowed credit hours, your records will be checked in the first week of each term and you will be dropped in order to bring your credit hour total within the allowable totals. You will not be guaranteed a refund and you may not have time to choose your own adjustments if you do not do so prior to the first day of the term.

Students with MORE than a 13 month interruption in enrollment

  • Effective for Fall 2011, if you are ready to return after an interruption of at least four terms or 13 consecutive months, you will need to apply for readmission as a former student. Regardless of academic standing, you will need to meet re-entry requirements and deadlines and pay the $50 readmission fee in order to be readmitted and enroll. The Fall 2011 Readmission application will be available on April 1, 2011. Former undergraduate students who have questions pertaining to readmission should contact the Academic Advisor of their intended readmitted major.
  • Admissions Criteria http://www.uh.edu/admissions/undergraduate/apply-transfer/admissions-criteria/index.php