Academic Probation

The online Academic Probation and Reinstatement Tutorial is now available. If you have any questions, you are welcome to call the Learning Center at 707-826-4266.

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Students are placed on Academic Probation if their GPA falls below a 2.0 (either their overall GPA or HSU GPA). The purpose of Academic Probation is to alert students that they are in danger of being disqualified from the university.

An Academic Probation (AP) hold is placed on student accounts to let them know that they must take specific immediate action to prevent academic disqualification. It is also a means to ensure that they are aware of the campus resources available to assist academic success.

AP holds do not drop students from classes; AP holds only prevent students from making changes to class schedules. We advise students to complete the tutorial as soon as possible to allow for unexpected schedule changes.

Frequently Asked Questions about Academic Probation and Disqualification