5 CA ADC § 41300


5 CCR s 41300

Cal. Admin. Code tit. 5, s 41300


CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS
TITLE 5. EDUCATION
DIVISION 5. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITIES
CHAPTER 1. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
SUBCHAPTER 4. STUDENT AFFAIRS
ARTICLE 1. SCHOLASTIC PROBATION AND DISQUALIFICATION
This database is current through 02/09/07, Register 2007, No. 6
s 41300. Academic Probation and Disqualification.


For purposes of determining a student's eligibility to remain at the
campus both quality of performance and progress toward his or her
objective shall be considered. Such eligibility shall be determined by use
of grade points, and grade point average and by application of guidelines
provided for in Section 41300.1.
Campuses shall adhere to the following criteria to ensure satisfactory
student progress toward the degree:
(a) An undergraduate student shall be subject to probation if, in any
academic term the student fails to maintain a cumulative grade point
average of at least 2.0 (grade of C);

(b) An undergraduate student shall be subject to disqualification if the
student's cumulative grade point balance displays a deficiency in excess
of the number permitted for his or her class level pursuant to deficiency
levels established by the Chancellor;

(c) An undergraduate student who is not on probation may be disqualified
if at any time the student's cumulative grade point average falls below
1.0 (grade of D) and, in the opinion of the appropriate campus authority
it is unlikely in light of the student's overall educational record, that
the resultant grade point deficiency will be removed in subsequent terms.

(d) A student who is enrolled in a graduate degree program in
conditionally classified or classified standing shall be subject to
academic probation if the student fails to maintain a cumulative grade
point average of at least 3.0 (grade of B) in all units attempted
subsequent to admission to the program;

(e) A student who is enrolled in any post-baccalaureate status other than
in conditionally classified or classified standing shall be subject to
academic probation if the student fails to meet criteria established by
the campus. Such criteria shall not be less than those established for
undergraduate students;

(f) A graduate or post-baccalaureate student shall be subject to
disqualification if while on probation the student fails to earn
sufficient grade points to be removed from probationary status.
Disqualification may be either from further registration in a particular
program or from further enrollment at the campus as determined by
appropriate campus authority.

A student disqualified for scholarship deficiency may not enroll in
any regular session of the campus without permission from the
appropriate campus authority, and may be denied admission to other
educational programs operated or sponsored by the campus.

Note: Authority cited: Sections 66600, 89030 and 89035,
Education Code. Reference: Sections 66600 and 89030, Education Code.

HISTORY

1. New subsections (d), (e), and (f) filed 7-26-74; effective thirtieth
day
thereafter (Register 74, No. 30). For prior history, see Register 73, No.
41.

2. Amendment of section and NOTE filed 4-29-77; effective thirtieth day
thereafter (Register 77, No. 18).

3. Amendment filed 5-31-79; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register
79,
No. 22).

4. Amendment of NOTE filed 3-19-82; effective thirtieth day thereafter
(Register 82, No. 12).

5 CCR s 41300, 5 CA ADC s 41300
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5 CA ADC s 41300

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