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2012-2013 CSULB University Catalog

Academic Credit and Regulations

Reinstatement

In order to be considered for reinstatement to CSULB, a disqualified student must demonstrate progress toward the degree. This demonstration can be achieved by:

  • 1. Completing courses through College of Continuing and Professional Education at CSULB; or
  • 2. Completing classes at other regionally accredited academic institutions.

All classes considered for reinstatement in the student's petition must be applicable for degree credit and toward the student's General Education or major requirements.

Progress toward meeting the GPA requirement can be demonstrated by reducing the deficiency in grade-point average by one-half at CSULB or by making equivalent grades in courses taken at other regionally accredited academic institutions. Grades earned at other regionally accredited academic institutions will not reduce the deficiency in the CSULB grade-point deficiency. Grades earned elsewhere are only indicators of academic ability.

After reducing the deficiency in the CSULB grade-point average and/or demonstrating academic ability at other regionally accredited academic institutions, the student may petition the Academic Appeals Committee for reinstatement. The petition must present evidence that the student is likely to achieve a satisfactory grade-point average and to complete requirements for the degree in accordance with the Timely Graduation Policy. The Academic Appeals Committee will only consider the petition for reinstatement of students who have remained outside of the university for at least one regular (fall or spring) semester after their dismissal.

Petition forms are available through Enrollment Services and must be filed by June 1 for the spring semester or November 1 for the fall semester. Petitions received after that date will be returned to the student to be submitted for consideration for a future semester. (PS 09-06)

Disqualified undergraduate students taking courses through College of Continuing and Professional Education will be eligible to enroll in a limited amount of courses. Fall and Spring Semesters: 6 units or two courses, as long as enrollment in these two courses does not exceed 7 units. Summer Session: 6 units or two courses, as long as enrollment in these two courses does not exceed 7 units. Winter Session: 4 units.

The University Center for Undergraduate Advising offers Reinstatement Workshops for Undergraduate Students who have been academically disqualified. The workshops help students to learn how to become reinstated to the university. For more information or to sign up for the workshop call (562) 985-7847 or visit the University Center for Undergraduate Advising, located in the Horn Center Room 103.

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Academic Credit and Regulations