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Academic Probation

Students are placed on probation if either their Total GPA or CSUN GPA falls below 2.00 at the conclusion of any term. Students on probation are eligible to enroll in the University through the regular enrollment process but will have a registration hold.   See current unofficial CSUN transcript for GPA totals after Admission and Records audits records each semester, approximately four weeks after final grades are posted. Admissions and Records will notify students of their Probation status at the end of each Fall and Spring semester.

Advisement Process for Nazarian College students on academic probation

Students will have a registration hold during the semester immediately following placement on probation and each fall and spring semester thereafter while on probation. Prior to registration, business majors must complete the Online Probation Workshop and then schedule an appointment with an advisor by calling 818-677-3537. Prior to the advisement appointment, please complete the Student Success Self-Assessment form and bring it to your advisement appointment. The registration hold will be removed once the student has been advised.

Advisement Process for students on academic probation NOT currently majoring in Business

Among other requirements, in order to declare a major in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, students must have at least a 2.0 CSUN and Total GPAs. To explore majors offered by Nazarian College of Business and Economics, please review the Degree Planners and Advisement Sheets.  Academic Advisors are unable to remove probation holds for students who are not declared Business majors. Students wishing to meet with an academic advisor must first complete the Nazarian College Online Overview and Probation Workshops. Upon successful completion of the two online workshops, please call 818-677-3537 to schedule an advisement appointment.

ExCEL Academic Success Video

To watch the ExCEL Academic Success Video, click here.

Repeat Policy

To access the Repeat Policy, click here.