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ACADEMIC PROBATION

What is Academic Probation?

Any student whose term or cumulative GPA at Chapman drops below 2.00 will be placed on academic probation. 

Students on academic probation are required to meet with their academic advisor to review their grades, and develop a probation agreement which may include repeating courses, tutoring, academic mentoring, and regular meetings with an advisor.  Students on academic probation may enroll in no more than 14 or 16 semester credits each term they are on probation (credit totals depend on their cumulative GPA).


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How to schedule a Probation Advising Appointment?

  1. Log into your Microsoft Outlook (Chapman email account at https://outlook.office.com/). Our scheduling system only allows access to authenticated users within the Chapman organization.
  2. Click on our scheduling link HERE [LINK WILL GO LIVE JULY 24, 2020] and select “Probation Advising Appointment.” Please be sure to select the correct appointment type. Otherwise, your appointment will be canceled.
  3. On the right side of the calendar, select your ASSIGNED academic advisor that emailed you (on July 20, 2020) regarding your academic probation status. Please be sure to select your assigned academic advisor. Otherwise, your appointment will be canceled and you will be asked to reschedule.
  4. Select the time slot that works with your schedule. Please take note of your class schedule and other obligations before selecting your time. 
  5. Scroll down to input your information and select the “book” button to complete your scheduled appointment. You should receive a confirmation email and the meeting link within an hour of scheduling. If you do not, please email advising@chapman.edu.

ACADEMIC DISMISSAL

What is Academic Dismissal?

A student is subject to academic dismissal from Chapman University if the student’s cumulative GPA at Chapman remains below a 2.000 for two consecutive semesters or the student’s term GPA falls below 2.000 for two consecutive semesters and their cumulative GPA falls below 2.700.

Students up for academic dismissal or students that have been dismissed and are seeking to return to Chapman University should meet with the Academic Advising Center’s dismissal advisor. 


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How to schedule a Dismissal Advising Appointment?

  1. Watch the dismissal video before proceeding to schedule an appointment.
  2. Email Joe Barrett at jbarrett@chapman.edu to request a scheduling link.

APPOINTMENT GUIDELINES

Please read our appointment guidelines when scheduling your appointment. If these guidelines are not followed, it may result in your appointment being canceled.

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Academic Advising Appointment Guidelines

  1. If appointments are fully booked, please try again the next day. Appointments spots are released every day.
  2. Cancellations should be done at least 24 hours in advance to allow other students to schedule. Please be respectful and considerate as other students also need to schedule appointments. Should you need to reschedule or cancel, please use the “manage booking” option in your confirmation email. If you do not see this option, please email advising@chapman.edu for assistance.
  3. Please only schedule one appointment at a time to be considerate of other students who need an appointment. If you schedule another appointment before the first one has been conducted, the second appointment will be canceled.
  4. Your appointment may be canceled if the wrong information is input when you schedule an appointment. For example, wrong ID number, email typo, etc.
    1. Please note that if you do not get a confirmation email within an hour of booking your appointment, you did not input your information correctly. Email advising@chapman.edu with any questions or concerns.
  5. Appointments may only be scheduled by the student. Academic advisors are unable to speak with parents, guidance counselors, or other family members without the student present. 
  6. All appointments are reserved for current students at this time. Prospective students should continue to work with the Office of Admissions and their Admissions Counselors until new student advising begins. The Office of Admissions contact information can be found here.
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Academic Probation FAQ


Have additional questions about being on academic probation? Review our frequently asked questions.
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Academic Probation Resources


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