Students who do not meet minimum grade requirements by the end of the term will result in Academic Warning, Scholastic Probation, or Academic Dismissal.
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Information on academic standing and minimum GPA requirements for Undergraduate students at Texas A&M University-San Antonio.
A minimum 2.0 cumulative institutional GPA is required to remain in good academic standing at A&M-San Antonio.
Students in the Teacher Preparation Program in the College of Education & Human Development must maintain a minimum of 2.75 cumulative institutional GPA.
Students will fall on Academic Warning at the end of their first semester or term at A&M-San Antonio (transfer or freshman) if they earn less than a 2.0 institutional GPA. Does not apply to returning students.
In order to get off of academic warning, a student must bring their institutional GPA to a 2.0 or higher by the following semester or term. If the student does not bring their GPA to a 2.0 in one semester or term, the student will then be placed on Scholastic Probation. All academic warning students will be required to meet with an Academic Success Coach, but will not be required to complete the P.A.S. Program.
Students will be placed on scholastic probation any time their institutional GPA at A&M-San Antonio falls below 2.0.Requirements:
Students placed on scholastic probation for the first time are required to seek academic advising before registering for classes and are required to meet with the Student Academic Success Center in order to register for the following term and participate in the P.A.S. Program.
In order to remain on scholastic probation, a student must earn a semester or term GPA of 2.0. As long as the student maintains a semester or term GPA of a 2.0 and remains beneath a 2.0 institutional GPA, the student will be required to meet with the Student Academic Success Center and participate in the P.A.S. Program. Students on scholastic probation are limited to 13 hours every semester they remain on scholastic probation.
Students who have been placed on scholastic probation and earn beneath a 2.0 semester or term GPA will be placed on academic dismissal - First Dismissal. Students enrolled in courses for the following semester(s) will be dropped. Course registration will be unavailable unless you follow the academic reinstatement appeal procedures to return to A&M-San Antonio.
Students will be required to sit out one (1) semester or term and must submit the Academic Reinstatement Appeal Form by the appeal deadline date. Reinstatement is not guaranteed.
Students who have returned to the University after their First Dismissal and earn beneath a 2.0 semester or term GPA will be placed on academic dismissal - Second or Subsequent Dismissal. Students enrolled in courses for the following semester(s) will be dropped. Course registration will be unavailable unless you follow the academic reinstatement appeal procedures to return to A&M-San Antonio.
Students will be required to sit out a full academic year (fall, spring, and summer) and must be readmitted to the University prior to enrolling. Readmission to A&M-San Antonio following a second or subsequent dismissal is a two-step process:
1) Submit the Academic Reinstatement Appeal Form by the appeal deadline date. Reinstatement is not guaranteed.
2) Reapply to the University through the Office of Admission by the admissions deadline date. Follow the "Returning Student Admission" application process.
Contact the Student Academic Success Center at (210) 784-1307 or Student.Success@tamusa.edu.
You can read more about the Academic Standing policy in the most current University Catalog.