Academic Suspension and Appeal Process Information
Students on academic suspension are ineligible to register or remain registered in classes for the next term/semester because the semester/term grade point average fails to meet the conditions of your academic probation (maintain a semester/term GPA of a 2.0 or greater). If you are currently registered for courses for the next academic term/semester, you will be automatically removed from all classes. Students placed on academic suspension status are not permitted to enroll for the semester the suspension is in effect.To review the official UHD Academic Probation and Suspension Policy,
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If you wish to appeal this suspension and seek reinstatement and approval to enroll in courses during the next term/semester, you must do so by submitting form below; academic suspension appeal form must be submitted by the deadlines listed below.
|Spring 2020||January 3, 2020|
Summer 2020||(refer to Summer sessions)|
| 5W1 session||May 22, 2020|
| 8 Week session||May 22, 2020|
| 5W2 session||June 26, 2020|
|Fall 2020||August 10, 2020|
Appeal requests must meet the following guidelines:
- All required areas of the form should be completed accurately and truthfully.
- Your appeal should provide a thorough explanation of why the poor academic performance occurred. Appeals based on unusual or extenuating circumstances must also include an explanation of the circumstance that affected academic progress.
Please make sure you submit your appeal form to the correct advising center based on what your current advising center assignment is in eServices. Submitting an appeal form to the incorrect advising center might cause a delay in the decision or cause your appeal to be denied.
- Your appeal also should indicate the actions you intend to take to ensure your academic success if you are reinstated.
Click on your current assigned advising center to complete form:
Academic Advising Center
Note: Students placed on academic suspension are ineligible to receive University financial aid or loans and are automatically removed from all classes for the next term/semester.