Insufficient Progress Toward Degree

The University reserves the right to deny registration access to students who make insufficient progress toward a degree. Students who fail to make progress toward a degree or who repeatedly withdraw from the University after registering may be denied enrollment privileges until sufficient evidence has been presented showing their ability to benefit from or to be successful in classes. Students who have officially declared a major but make insufficient progress in the major may be removed from the program. Students on academic probation, who repeatedly register for courses under Credit/No Credit grading, may have their registration privileges revoked. Students who fail to declare a major by the time they reach 90 credits, will not be permitted to register.