1. Entering students (first-time university students or transfers) who have been fully admitted (without any type of probation, provision or restriction) will be considered in good academic standing.
2. With the exception of students designated in section four, a student is in good academic standing if and only if he or she has a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 and is not on disciplinary suspension.
3. A student placed on academic probation or suspension must attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher to be in good standing, regardless of whether he or she is allowed to re-enroll.
4. For good standing status, an undergraduate student must maintain a 2.0 GPA and be in compliance with ethical and professional standards as determined by the student’s academic department.
5. The Dean of Enrollment Management is responsible for the good academic standing designation and reporting.
1. For good standing status, a student must maintain a 3.0 GPA. A master’s student can have no more than three courses and a doctoral student no more than two courses with grades less than a B. A student must be in compliance with ethical and professional standards as determined by the student’s academic department.
2. When a graduate student does not satisfy the conditions reflected in 1, the Graduate School will implement the provisions of academic probation and suspension.
References: Prior ETSU Policies B-23.1 approved May 6, 1994; revised May 9, 1996; B-26 and B-33; revised November 2001 (Graduate Council Minutes 11/13/01); Procedure A13.20
Contact for Interpretation: Director of Admissions