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Center for Academic
Advising & Retention
305 Monroe Hall
532 Study Hall Lane
Cheney, WA 99004
Types of Academic Standing
All EWU Students who have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher are in good academic standing.
Any first-quarter EWU student who does not earn the grades needed to have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher is placed on Academic Warning.
Students on Academic Warning who do not to earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher in the next quarter will progress to Academic Probation.
Any continuing EWU student who does not earn the grades needed to have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher is placed on Academic Probation.
Once a Student is placed on Academic Probation, their term GPA will need to be a 2.0 or higher to prevent Dismissal.
A student on Academic Probation, who achieves a term GPA of a 2.0, will continue to be on Academic Probation until their cumulative GPA reaches a 2.0.
Students on Academic Probation who do not earn a 2.0 or higher for the next term, and whose cumulative GPA remains below a 2.0 will be academically dismissed.
Students who have been academically dismissed and would like to return to EWU may petition for academic reinstatement.
Students on Academic Probation whose cumulative and quarterly GPA remains remains below 2.0 will be dismissed from the University.
A student who has been academically dismissed from the University cannot enroll at EWU for the following regular academic quarter (fall, winter or spring).
After a first dismissal, a student is required to remain out of school for at least one academic quarter. After a second dismissal, a student is required to remain out of school for one academic year.
Undergraduate Academic Probation, Dismissal and Reinstatement Policy
For details, review the Undergraduate Academic Probation, Dismissal and Reinstatement Policy
Financial Aid Warning & Suspension
Please be aware: financial aid warning and suspension are separate issues from Academic Probation or Dismissal. Contact the Financial Aid and Scholarships office for information.
How We Help
If you are a student on academic warning or academic probation, your advisor is here to help you get back on track. Please contact your academic advisor as soon as possible.