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Auburn University will place undergraduate students on warning or suspension when their cumulative institutional GPA falls below 2.00.
Academic Warning occurs at the end of any semester for which the student's cumulative GPA falls below 2.00.
Students on Academic Warning will be placed on Academic Suspension if both the student's semester GPA is below 2.20 and the cumulative GPA is below what is required for the following classifications:
Students on First Academic Suspension may not enroll in the University for a minimum of one semester. Summer term does not count as a semester of suspension.
Students on Second Academic Suspension may not enroll in the University for a minimum of two semesters. Summer term does not count as a semester of suspension.
A student who fails to make academic progress after their Second Academic Suspension will be expelled from the University.
Students on Academic Suspension may appeal the decision to the Academic Appeals Committee if they believe extraordinary circumstances merit an exception to the rules.