- Issue a written reprimand.
- Refer to the Student Code of Conduct Administrator for possible University-wide sanctions when there is a repeat offense or the single violation is especially egregious. The full Student Conduct Code and associated sanctions are available on the Park website at:
A student is considered in good standing as long as the student’s cumulative GPA stands at 2.00 or better, and the student continues to achieve a Park University GPA of 2.00 or better at end of Fall and Spring semesters. Park University assesses students’ academic probation and suspension status at the end of each semester. Individual programs -specific requirements for staying in good standing.
- Academic WarningIf a student’s GPA falls below a 2.0 during any academic semester/term, the student will receive a warning letter from the Office of Academic Affairs after the fall/spring semester or after the summer term. A copy of the letter will be placed in the student’s academic file.
- Academic ProbationA student who fails to achieve a 2.00 cumulative Park University GPA will be placed on academic probation until his/her cumulative Park GPA increases to 2.00 or greater and until he/she meets any specific conditions stated in the probation letter. A letter will be sent to the student by the Office of Academic Affairs after the fall/spring semester. A copy of the letter will be retained in the student’s academic file. Failing to make academic progress may affect a student’s ability to obtain and remain eligible for veteran benefits. The probationary period is not a fixed timeline. It is dependent on the student’s academic performance and is lifted once students (a) meet the GPA requirement, (b) complete the required student success modules, and (c) fulfill any other conditions as set forth by the program/university to maintain good academic standing. Recipients of VA educational benefits who are placed on academic probation are reported to the VA. VA beneficiaries New Jersey payday loans no credit check who fail to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements by the end of the evaluation period are suspended from the program and will be reported to the VA. Benefit certifications for the program may be terminated and the VA beneficiary may be in debt to the VA. The VA has final and sole determination on how beneficiaries are affected by students’ academic performance.
- Academic SuspensionIn cases where a first-time Park University undergraduate student (in his/her first 16-weeks at Park) meets the criteria for academic suspension, he/she will be placed on academic probation rather than on academic suspension. This provision applies to all first-time Park undergraduate students, including students who enter Park with transfer credits. VA beneficiaries who fail to meet Park’s requirements of making meaningful progress toward a degree by the end of the evaluation period described above are suspended from the program and will be reported to the VA. A student seeking a bachelor’s degree will be placed on suspension according to the following:
0 – 27 Total Earned Hours* Below a 1.00 Cum Park GPA 28 – 57 Total Earned Hours* Below a 1.50 Cum Park GPA 58 or more Total Earned Hours* Below a 1.75 Cum Park GPA *includes transfer hours
0 – 15 Total Earned Hours Below a 1.00 Cum Park GPA 16 – 30 Total Earned Hours Below a 1.50 Cum Park GPA 31 or more Earned Hours Below a 1.75 Cum Park GPA
After being academically suspended from Park University, any student who wishes to return/re-enroll is required to apply for readmission
A student seeking a certificate will be placed on suspension if they receive below a 1.00 cumulative Park grade point average.
A letter will be sent to the student by the Office of Academic Affairs after the fall/spring semester. Any student who has been suspended may appeal in writing to the appropriate academic Dean or designee. International nonimmigrant students who have been academically suspended and are unable to gain readmission may lose their lawful visa status. If enrollment is broken for two or more semesters for Parkville Campus students, the student will be required to follow the current catalog in effect when readmitted.