Academic Probation Assessment Survey
If you are an undergraduate student on academic probation, you will need to fill out the Academic Probation Assessment Survey.
The survey is confidential and only Advising and Academic Services professional staff will have access to view. Completing the survey will help the advisor develop a plan on how to best improve your academic standing at CSUSB.
Retention, Academic Probation and Disqualification
An undergraduate student is subject to academic probation if at any time the cumulative grade point average in all college work attempted or the cumulative grade point average at California State University, San Bernardino falls below a 2.0 (Title 5, California Code or Regulations, Section 41300 (a)). The student shall be advised of probation status promptly.
An undergraduate student shall be removed from academic probation when the cumulative grade point average in all college work attempted and the cumulative grade point average at California State University, San Bernardino is 2.0 or higher.
|Units Completed||Good Standing||Academic Probation||Academic disqualification|
|Freshman 0-44.9 units||2.00 GPA or above||1.99 to 1.50 GPA||1.49 or below|
|Sophomore 45-89.9 units||2.00 GPA or above||1.99 to 1.70 GPA||1.69 GPA or below|
|Junior 90-134.9 units||2.00 GPA or above||1.99 to 1.85 GPA||1.84 or below|
|Senior 135+ units||2.00 GPA or above||1.99 to 1.95 GPA||1.94 or below|
The President (as authorized by Section 41300 (c) of Title 5) has designated the Director of Advising and Academic Services to act to disqualify an individual not on probation when the following circumstances exists:
1. At the end of any term, the student has a cumulative grade point average below 1.0, and
2. The cumulative grade point average is so low that in view of the student's overall educational record, it seems unlikely that the deficiency will be removed within a reasonable period, as defined by campus academic policy.