Undergraduate Academic Disqualification
For more information on CSUMB's Undergraduate Academic Disqualification policy, please review section 5.30 of the Academic Standing Policy
Appealing Your Undergraduate Academic Disqualification Status (n
- Undergraduate students who are on Academic Probation and whose GPA is below the standards in the section 5.30 of the Academic Standing Policy for the Fall and Spring semesters will be Academically Disqualified (disenrolled) at the end of Spring Semester. Disqualified students have the opportunity to petition (appeal) the University for Reinstatement (re-enrollment). In order to petition for Reinstatement, a student is required to complete an Academic Undergraduate Disqualification Appeal form and must turn in all required documents. Required documents include: an updated Learning Plan created AFTER semester grades are posted (TBD). The Disqualification Appeal is required to be turned in no later than the deadline TBD. For any questions or concerns related to Academic Disqualification please contact the Center for Advising, Career & Student Success (831) 582-3937 and leave a message with your name, Student ID # and phone number, a receptionist will call you back to schedule Zoom or telephone appointment with:
1. Ardith Tregenza, Student Success Coord. for questions and/or assistance concerning Academic Disqualification Appeal. You can also email her directly at email@example.com
2. Your Academic Adviser to update your Ed Plan after semester grades have posted and before the deadline to submit your appeal (TBD).
For directions and to download the Appeal form, please see the link below. For any questions or concerns please email Ardith Tregenza, Student Success Coord. at firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Academic Disqualification Appeal Deadline:
Discontinued for Spring 2020 semester due to COVID19 considerations.
Important note: Graduate students who are academically disqualified should contact their program/department for further information.
To Be Determined - pending due to COVID19 considerations
If your situation is a disability related issue, please consult with the CSUMB Student Disability Resource (SDR) office. For these types of documentation, a letter from SDR will suffice. There is no need to provide detailed information of a diagnosis or details of meetings.
If your documentation is coming from outside of campus (medical, health-related, etc), please consult with the Student Success Coordinator Ardith Tregenza email@example.com to see what documentation is necessary.
Yes, you must get your learning plan updated, signed, and dated by your Academic Adviser as soon as grades are posted to include in your Appeal. Failure to do so will result in your Appeal not being reviewed. Learning Plan appointments with your Academic Advisor are available on Zoom or by phone. To schedule an appointment with your Academic Advisor please call the office at 831-582-3937 and leave a message with your name, Student ID number and phone number requesting an appointment. A receptionist will call you back and schedule the appointment.
The University requires an updated Learning Plan because we want you and your Academic Adviser to review and determine which courses will be most beneficial in helping you get back in good academic standing and progress most quickly to graduation.
In order to schedule an appointment with your Academic Adviser, please contact the Center for Advising, Career & Student Success office at 831-582-3937 as soon as possible.
When your Appeal is approved you will be Reinstated (re-enrolled) back on Academic Probation for the semester and will be under contract that usually requires you to take specified classes and pass those classes with specified grades to move toward Good Academic Standing (2.0 semester GPA). You will also be required to attend Back on Track appointments and activities in support of getting back in good academic standing. At the end of the semester the Academic Disqualification Appeals Committee will check the grades of all Reinstated students to determine how to proceed.
Failure to follow or meet the Reinstatement conditions in the semester can result in Academic Disqualification at the end of the semester with no chance of appeal.