Probation Counseling


If you are on Academic Probation, Progress Probation or both, it is important that you take the necessary steps to improve your status with the college as soon as possible. Being placed on probation can:

  • Negatively impact your eligibility to take classes
  • Impact your financial aid eligibility
  • Complicate plans for transfer, graduation

We are here to support you!

*** Meet with Probation Counselors if you have a GPA lower than 2.0 and/or a completion ratio below 50%. ***

Make an Appointment with an Academic Probation Counselor

What is Academic and Progress Probation?

Academic Probation: You will be placed on academic probation if you have less than a cumulative 2.0 GPA when attempting 12 or more units.

Progress Probation: You are placed on progress probation if you attempted 12 or more cumulative units and “W”, “I” and “NC” units reach or exceed half the cumulative units attempted. You will be removed from progress probation status when the cumulative number of “W”, “I” and “NC” units recorded is less than half the cumulative units attempted.

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What is Progress Probation?

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Additional Resources on Pit Stop Canvas

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