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Academic Advising & Retention Services staff assists students with the following academic situations. Click on the link to find more information on the topic.

  • Disqualification (DQ) - Undergraduate and graduate students are disqualified when, after being on probation, they earn a term gpa of less than 2.0 (undergraduates) or 3.0 (graduate students).
  • Late Drops - The process of dropping a course after the published "last day to drop without a W" date each semester.
  • Probation - An undergraduate student is placed on academic probation if the SJSU cumulative grade point average falls below a "C" average (2.0). A graduate student is placed on academic probation if the SJSU cumulative grade point average falls below a "B" average (3.0).
  • Remediation - Students are required to take remedial English and Math courses if they do not score high enough on the ELM and/or EPT, the Math and English placement tests, to place into college level Math and English.

Academic Senate Policy on Academic Probation and Disqualification