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Academic Probation and Suspension

Academic Probation

If you earn a cumulative grade point average (GPA) below a 2.0 at the end of a term, you will be placed on academic probation. You can get off of academic probation by earning at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA).

Academic Suspension (Dismissal)

If you are placed on academic probation for two consecutive terms (which is noted on your transcript as "subject to dismissal" the second time) and you do not earn either a cumulative GPA or a term GPA of at least a 2.0 in the third term, you will be academically suspended. Non-enrollment has no effect on your probation status.

If you are on academic suspension and wish to return to college, you must meet with a designated college official who will review your case. Students attending the Hopkinsville Campus must meet with Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Jason Warren. Students attending the Fort Campbell Campus must meet with Fort Campbell Campus Director, Allisha Lee. The Dean of Student Affairs is also available at the Fort Campbell campus during the five open registration periods.

Steps for Academic Reinstatement after Academic Suspension (Dismissal)

If you are on academic suspension, you must remain out of college for at least one 16-week semester and provide evidence of ability to perform at the level required. However, you may apply for immediate reinstatement by completing the following steps:

  1. Meet with a designated college official to review your case.
  2. Provide evidence of your ability to perform at the level required.
  3. Enroll in a GEN 102 "Strategies for Academic Success" class (required for reinstatement).

After a thorough review, the designated college official will inform you of the decision.

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for Financial Aid

If you are receiving financial aid to attend college, there is an expectation that you make Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in order to remain eligible to receive financial aid.  Federal regulations mandate that students receiving financial aid under Title IV programs must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in his/her course of study regardless of whether or not financial aid is awarded each semester. To receive and to continue to receive financial aid, you must remain in good academic standing by achieving the two academic requirements below:

  1. Successfully pass 67% of all credits you attempt in every term.
  2. Maintain at least a 2.0 GPA at the end of every term.

Additional information on Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) may be found on the college's financial aid page.

Academic Assistance and Tutoring

If you are having academic difficulties, there is academic assistance and tutoring available to assist you. We encourage all students to take advantage of the free student support services available to help you achieve your educational and vocational goals. If you have struggled academically in the past, we want to work with you to create a path toward future success.

Contacts

Hopkinsville Campus
Dr. Jason Warren, Dean of Student Affairs
Phone: (270) 707-3801

Fort Campbell Campus
Allisha Lee, Fort Campbell Campus Director
Phone: (270) 707-3958