Coronavirus Update

Classes will be held remotely for the remainder of the spring semester, and all official university events and student activities are suspended until further notice. While the Dayton and Lake campuses remain open, access to campus is restricted to personnel who have been identified as essential. Read more.

Academic Probation/Dismissal

The Lake Campus Academic Probation and Dismissal Process is based on Wright State University's Academic Standing policy.

A student on probation who fails to achieve a cumulative 2.0 GPA or above in his/her subsequent term of enrollment will be eligible for dismissal.

Dismissal action is taken by the dean of the college or school to which the students are assigned, in consultation with the head of the respective program unit or the academic advisor. In taking dismissal action, the academic officer will generally consider the student's progress toward meeting degree requirements, as well as overall academic performance.

Notice of dismissal from the university will be sent directly to the student by the dean or his or her designee of the college, school, or division to which that student is assigned.

Specifically, for the Lake Campus, students will be notified, in writing, of their probation status by the Lake Campus Dean/Chief Administrative Officer. Students who are dismissed from the University may, at the discretion of the Dean/CAO, have the opportunity to appeal this decision.

The Dean/CAO will designate an Appeals Board to review student appeals to dismissal. The Board will include one Academic Unit Director, the Director of Student Affairs and One Academic Advisor. The Appeals Board will meet in a timely manner to review the submitted appeals and make a final recommendation based on the documentation submitted by the student. This final recommendation is submitted to the Dean/CAO for the final decision. Students who choose NOT to appeal or who do not win their appeal will be dismissed for one year per the above policy in the Undergraduate Catalog.

Students who are granted an appeal will receive additional information about requirements. After an appeal is granted, failure to meet with Academic Advising Staff and/or inability to raise the cumulative GPA to 2.0 or greater will result in dismissal with no opportunity for a second appeal.

Students who are dismissed will need to petition for readmission after one year. For more information please view the Petition Information Admissions page. Dismissed students may also choose to consider Fresh Start after a 3-year period.

For more information, please contact Lake Campus Student Services at (419) 586-0300.