PROCEDURES FOR WARNING, PROBATION, SUSPENSION OR DISMISSAL
All students are evaluated by the faculty of their program at least twice each academic year. The department faculties reserve the right to give an academic warning or to place on probation any student whose academic standing falls below standards. These standards are outlined below for each program.
Clinical Program - a combination of three grades of “C” or lower in coursework, “NC” (No Credit) in practica, supervisory courses or internship, or “INC” (Incomplete) on a student’s record are grounds for probation.
School Program - Probation
For the School Psychology Program, all required courses must be passed with grades of "B" or better. One grade of "C" in a required course, 1 grade of "NC" in a required practicum, or three grades of "Incomplete" are grounds for probation.
School Program - Termination
For the School Psychology Program, all required courses must be passed with grades of "B or better. Grades of "C" in two required courses, or a combination of two grades of "C" and "NC" in required courses and practica, will be grounds for termination. Two grades of "C" in one required course, resulting from a second registration in a course after obtaining an initial grade of "C", will also be considered grounds for termination.