Dismissal

A student is dismissed from the college when:

1. His or her cumulative grade-point average is less than the minimum listed below:

0-55 degree credits

1.500

56-89 degree credits

1.700

90-123 degree credits

1.900

over 123 degree credits

2.000

 Or

2. His or her semester grade-point average is less than 2.000 for three consecutive semesters of enrollment at Rutgers University, full time or part time, and his or her cumulative grade-point average is less than 2.000.

Or

3. He or she fails to complete successfully 60 percent or more of credits attempted in any given semester while on academic probation, including attempts for which W grades are received.

Or

4. He or she fails to satisfy the conditions of an academic contract on which he or she has been placed.

Or

5. The college determines that it is improbable that the minimum average or other graduation requirements will be met.

No student is dismissed for academic reasons until 24 credits have been attempted at Rutgers. No student is dismissed for academic reasons without having been on probation in the immediately preceding semester. No student is dismissed for academic reasons while on an academic contract if the minimal conditions of the contract are being met.

 


Dismissal FAQ

1. How will I be notified if I am dismissed?

2. How do I appeal my academic dismissal?

3. How can I return to Rutgers?

4. While dismissed, can I take classes at Rutgers?

5. Is dismissal noted on my transcript?

6. Will my parents be notified of my dismissal?