563. Dismissal and Continued Enrollment

(Am. 5.3.16; EC 05.03.22)

A student in the College of Engineering is subject to dismissal if at the end of any term the student fails to:

  1. Attain at least a C average (2.00 GPA) in all courses for which the student was enrolled (semester GPA); or
  2. Attain at least a C average (2.00 GPA) in all courses undertaken in the University to date (overall GPA); or
  3. Attain at least a C average (2.00 GPA) in courses taken in satisfaction of the technical subject requirements and restricted electives of the student’s curriculum and option; or
  4. Attain at least a C average (2.00 GPA) in upper division courses taken in satisfaction of the technical subject requirements and restricted electives of the student’s curriculum and option; or
  5. Make normal degree progress toward the Bachelor of Science degree and the officially declared major.
  6. Computation of a grade-point average must not include courses graded P, S, NP, U, I, and IP.

A student who becomes subject to the provisions of this Regulation is under the supervision of the Faculty of the College, as described in Regulation A240. (En. 3.83) The Dean, or a designated agent of the Dean, has the power to:

  • Dismiss from the University students under its supervision who fail to maintain minimum standards of Regulation 563;
  • Suspend the provisions of the Regulation and permit the retention in the University of a student who is subject to dismissal;
  • Authorize the return to the University of a student who has been dismissed under this Regulation.