Where to find Academic Standing

Student’s academic standing is in the “Grades” section of myUCF. For more information regarding these policies, read below and go to the UCF Undergraduate Catalog or contact USS at cohpasuccess@ucf.edu.

What is Academic Probation?

Academic probation is when a student’s UCF GPA drops below a 2.0. This academic status change informs students that a factor in their academics and/or study habits warrants change. Students should meet with USS to discuss requirements to remain at UCF. Students cannot graduate on probation (UCF GPA must be above a 2.0).

Students must earn a 2.0 term GPA in the next semester to remain at UCF. Students must complete the COHPA Student Success Webcourse & complete our GPA workshop. Failure to do so will result in a registration hold.

What is Continued on Probation?

Continued on probation happens when a student on academic probation earns a 2.0 term GPA, but fails to raise their UCF GPA to a 2.0. Students should still seek academic advising to discuss requirements to remain at UCF, as well as future success.

Students continued on probation must earn a 2.0 term GPA every semester to remain at UCF.
Academic probation will continue until the current term and UCF GPA reach a 2.0 or better.

What is Disqualification?

Disqualification is when a student on academic probation fails to earn a 2.0 term GPA in the subsequent semester (i.e. Fall-placed on probation; Spring-subsequent term). Disqualified students are dropped from future courses and are unable to enroll in future terms.

Readmission after disqualification is neither automatic or guaranteed. Students must apply for readmission through myUCF. Students should click here for important information regarding Readmission after being Disqualified.

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