ACADEMIC PROBATION & DISMISSAL
CSB/SJU students are required to maintain the minimum academic standards of a cumulative GPA of greater than 1.8 after the first semester of college and 2.0 thereafter.
A student may be placed on first academic probation for the following reasons:
A student may be placed on final academic probation for the following reasons:
A student on final academic probation is required to sign a contract acknowledging the conditions of continued enrollment. If the student does not meet these conditions, (s)he will be dismissed without appeal.
A student may be dismissed for the following reasons:
Special cases of academic probation and dismissal will be subject to the judgment of the Academic Dean or the Dean's designee.
CONSEQUENCES OF ACADEMIC PROBATION
Saint John's University students who are placed on disciplinary or academic probation or those who are officially sanctioned for whatever reason may be ineligible to hold any office, representative position or to participate in varsity athletics at the discretion of the university.
The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University reserve the right to dismiss students for infractions of regulations; unsatisfactory academic standing; unsatisfactory progress towards the degree; or other reasons that materially affect the health, safety, property, or welfare of the individual student, of the colleges or their processes or of other members of the college communities. The colleges reserve the right to require a student to undergo professional evaluation and treatment regarding personal health issues as a condition for continuing enrollment.