Bayan College
 Academic Probation

Academic Probation

a. All students are required to maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average CGPA of 2.0 or higher. A student whose cumulative GPA falls below 2.0 at the end of a semester, except the first semester and Summer Semester, is automatically placed on Academic Probation. The Admission and Registration Department will inform the student and hand on to him/her their AGPA report. This report also shows how many times a student has been under academic probation. The student will receive a warning letter from his/her Academic Advisor. It is the responsibility of the student to inform his/her family.

b. In case the student is enrolled in the Academic Program during Summer Semester, the semester that follows it must be counted as the first semester in calculating the number of times he/she is placed under-probation.

c. The student who gets the first Academic Warning has to raise the CGPA within two successive semesters (excluding Summer Semester).

d. Failing to do that for two successive semesters (excluding the Summer Semester) after the semester when he was placed under probation, a student will be advised to change his/her major or go to another college.

e. The College Council has the right to grant a student the chance to continue his/her studies after being placed under-probation for three successive semesters. In case he/she gets a CGPA of at least 1.8, he/she can be granted one more chance.

f. A student is cleared off the under-probation status once his/her CGPA becomes 2 or more by the end of any semester.

g. Under probation student is only allowed to register 12 credit hours.

h. For graduation a student’s AGPA must be 2.0 or more; otherwise he has to repeat courses he already passed with a grade less than “C”.