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									         KCTCS Probation/Suspension Policy

4.0   Academic Probation, Academic Suspension and Reinstatement (KCTCS)

      4.0.1 General Regulations

           The academic probation and academic suspension systems are based
           on grade point average (GPA).


      4.0.2 Academic Probation

           A student earning a cumulative grade point average below 2.0 at the
           end of a term shall be placed on academic probation.

           A student shall be removed from academic probation by earning at
           least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average.

      4.0.3 Academic Suspension

           If a student is placed on academic probation for two consecutive terms
           and does not earn either a cumulative GPA or a term GPA of at least a
           2.0 in the third term, the student shall be academically suspended.
           (Non-enrollment has no effect on probation status.) The president (or
           designee) may grant an exception based upon an individual’s case.

           A student on academic suspension may not enroll in any courses
           offered for degree credit by KCTCS.

      4.0.4 Reinstatement

           A student who has been academically suspended may be reinstated by
           the president (or designee) after remaining out of the college for at
           least one 16- week semester and providing evidence of ability to
           perform at the level required.

           A student who has been academically suspended shall, upon
           reinstatement, be placed on academic probation and be subject to
academic suspension if the student fails to earn a current term GPA of
2.0 during the first term of reinstatement.

Upon a second suspension, a student may be reinstated by the
president (or designee) after remaining out of college for at least two
16-week semesters and providing evidence of ability to perform at the
level required.

OCTC Procedures:

    After each term (summer included), reports are generated
     in the Associate Dean of Student Affairs/Registrar’s Office.
     The reports contain names of all students on
     probation/suspension after that term’s academic run takes
     place.
    Letters are mailed to all students on the report except high
     school students.
    The students’ Service Indicators are updated.
    A report is sent to the appropriate department to have the
     advisors reassigned while the student is on probation.
    Students who are removed from probation following the
     academic run, have their Service Indicators updated and,
     when the report is ran for advisor assignments these
     students are reassigned new advisors.

								
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