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Academic Probation & Disqualification

The GPA thresholds for Academic Probation and Academic Disqualification will not change; however, the University will not enforce undergraduate Academic Disqualifications for the Spring 2020 semester, and undergraduate students who are currently on Academic Probation will be allowed to continue through the Fall 2020 semester on Academic Probation (no reinstatement petition required). 

Undergraduate students with GPAs under the thresholds indicated below for Academic Disqualification should expect contact with support staff over the summer. 

Consideration will be given to graduate students on Academic Probation this semester. If you are a graduate student and have concerns about your academic standing, please contact the Office of Graduate Studies and Research. 

Undergraduate Academic Probation

When overall grade point average (GPA) or cumulative CSUSM GPA falls below 2.0 at the end of any semester 

Undergraduate Academic Disqualification

When overall grade point average (GPA) or cumulative CSUSM GPA falls below threshold, based on number of units completed:    

1.50 GPA for 0-29 units 

1.70 GPA for 30-59 units 

1.85 GPA for 60-89 units 

1.95 GPA for 90 or more units