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Academic Credit and Regulations

Academic Disqualification

Students who remain on academic probation for more than two consecutive semesters are subject to academic disqualification.

Undergraduate students on academic probation are subject to academic disqualification when:

  • 1. As freshmen (fewer than 30 semester-hours of college work completed), their grade-point average falls below 1.5 on all units attempted or on all units attempted at California State University, Long Beach;
  • 2. As sophomores (fewer than 59 semester-hours of college work completed), their grade-point average falls below 1.7 on all units attempted or on all units attempted at California State University, Long Beach;
  • 3. As juniors (60 to 89 semester-hours of college work completed), their grade-point average falls below 1.85 on all units attempted or on all units attempted at California State University, Long Beach;
  • 4. As seniors (90 or more semester-hours of college work completed), their grade-point average falls below 1.95 on all units attempted or on all units attempted at California State University, Long Beach; and

In addition to the above disqualification standards applicable to students on probation, individuals not on probation may be disqualified when both of the following circumstances exist:

  • 1. At the end of any semester, if the student has a cumulative grade-point average below 1.0; and
  • 2. The cumulative grade-point average is so low that in view of the student's overall educational record it seems unlikely that the deficiency will be removed within a reasonable period.

Graduate and post-baccalaureate students are subject to disqualification if while on probation they fail to earn grades of sufficient quality to remove themselves from probationary status. Disqualification will bar such students from any further enrollment at CSULB.

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Academic Credit and Regulations