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Washington State University and its various colleges reserve the right to change the rules regulating admission to, instruction in, and graduation from Washington State University and any other regulations affecting the student body. Such regulations shall go into effect whenever the proper authorities may determine and shall apply to prospective students and to those who may at that time be enrolled.


Undergraduate Academic Deficiency

38. Academic Probation and Recess for At-Risk Students

(a) Undergraduate students whose semester (excluding summer session) or cumulative grade point average drops below a 2.0 for the first time must apply for reinstatement to continue their enrollment at Washington State University.  Students are placed on probation after reinstatement.  Academic departments may release students from the major who are on academic probation. See rule 53.
 
(b) First-time, first-year undergraduate students are recessed from the University after their first term of enrollment if their semester grade point average is below 1.0.  Individuals are recessed from the university for one full semester (Fall or Spring). To reenroll for courses offered through any WSU campus students must apply for reinstatement.  Recessed individuals may not seek status as a non-degree seeking student. Recessed students may enroll in summer session.
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