After the first semester with a career GPA below 2.0, students will be sent notification of their probation status.
After the second semester with a career GPA below 2.0, the director of academic advising (email@example.com) will review each student’s transcript and determine if the student will be dismissed or be granted one final probationary semester.
- If given one probationary semester, the director of academic advising will provide a list of specific conditions to be met. Failure to meet these conditions will result in automatic dismissal at the conclusion of the following semester.
Students who have already been placed on probation should check their grades on MyLynn before returning to campus. Students are not guaranteed a probationary semester, so this should be taken into consideration before travel arrangements are made.
Note: All correspondence for probation will be emailed to the student’s Lynn email address and mailed to the local address and legal home/permanent address on file. Dismissal letters will be emailed to the student’s Lynn email address and be sent via FedEx to both the local and legal home/permanent addresses on file.
A student has a right to appeal a decision of academic dismissal and must do so in writing. Extraordinary circumstances beyond the control of the student or significant academic progress are the only reasons for considering an appeal.
Undergraduate Day Students should direct their appeal to the Director of Academic Advising by early July for the fall semester or by late December for the spring semester.