Academic Standards

Office of Reinstated and Probationary Students


content iconThe Office of Reinstated & Probationary Students provides programming and support that is aimed at helping students improve their academic performance, connect to the campus community, and develop an academic and career plan that fits their needs, skills and interests and allows for continued academic success.


content iconReinstated students are students who have been dismissed from the University and have successfully appealed their dismissal to the Academic Standards Committee, or have sat out at least one semester and have been re-admitted/reinstated by the Admissions Office.

Probationary students are students whose current academic standing is listed as 'Academic Probation' or 'Final Probation' on their academic record.  Note: this does not include newly reinstated students that were reinstated on probation.

Academic Holds

content iconA hold will be placed on the academic record of all clientele of the Office of Reinstated & Probationary Students.  Students can remove the hold as follows:

Reinstated students-schedule and attend a half-hour appointment with the director of the Office of Reinstated and Probationary Students.  Please refer to the "How to Schedule an Appointment" link on this website for more information.

Probationary students-view the Probation Orientation Program on D2L.  Students can access this program by selecting the ongoing class "Office of Reinstated & Probationary Students" at the bottom of their D2L homepage.

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Academic Standards
Roseman 2054
Phone: (262) 472-3333