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HONORS COLLEGE

Probation and Dismissal Policy

Students whose overall WSU GPA drops below 3.25 or who do not take any honors courses for a period of one year will be placed on probation and will be required to meet with an Honors Advisor or Dean.  At the end of either the fall or spring semester immediately following the semester in which the student is put on probation (whichever comes first), the case will be reviewed by the Dean who will decide to either return the student to good standing or dismiss the student from the Honors College.  Students also may be dismissed from the Honors College at the discretion of the Dean for violations of principles of academic integrity or other behavioral offenses.  Students may appeal dismissals from Honors to the Honors Committee.

For students who joined Honors before fall 2014
Students whose overall WSU GPA drops below 3.000 or who do not take any honors courses for a period of one year will be placed on probation and will be required to meet with an Honors Advisor or Dean. At the end of either the fall or spring semester immediately following the semester in which the student is put on probation (whichever comes first), the case will be reviewed by the dean who will decide to either return the student to good standing or dismiss the student from Honors. Students also may be dismissed from Honors at the discretion of the Dean for violations of principles of academic integrity or other behavioral offenses. Students may appeal dismissals from Honors to the Honors Committee.