Academically Eligible - Warning Standing

What Places Me On Academically Eligible - Warning Standing?

 

Students are considered to be on academically eligible - warning standing when their cumulative (over all) GPA falls below a 2.0. All academically eligible - warning standing issues are handled in the Student Services and Success Mentoring Center.

 

How Long Do I Stay On Academically Eligible - Warning Standing?

 

A student remains on academically eligible - warning standing as long as they maintain a cumulative GPA below 2.0. While students are on academically eligible - warning standing, they must maintain a 2.0 semester GPA or they will be placed on Academically Ineligible Standing.

 

What Are The Requirements of Academically Eligible - Warning Standing?

 

The first step after being placed on academically eligible - warning standing is to attend the LEAP (Learning to Establish Academic Priorities) Workshop. This workshop is held the first week of the fall and spring semesters. Students are only required to attend the workshop one time. Every semester while on academically eligible - warning standing, students are also required to meet with a academically eligible - warning standing counselor at least twice. We recommend that students meet at the beginning of the semester to get a good start with time management and again after mid-term grades to ensure that students are on a good track for academic success.

 

 

Tommy McGlown

Conditional Admissions Coordinator; LEAP; Mandatory Placement

216 Clement Hall

(731) 881-7722

tmcglown@utm.edu

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