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Auburn University may place an undergraduate student on warning or suspension at any time if the student flagrantly neglects academic work or makes unsatisfactory academic progress toward graduation.
Academic Warning occurs at the end of any semester for which the student's cumulative GPA on Auburn course work is below 2.00.
Any student who has been placed on Academic Warning for the previous term of enrollment, will be placed on academic suspension if: (1) the student's semester GPA is below 2.2 and (2) the cumulative GPA on Auburn course work is below that required for the designated number of hours attempted as follows:
A student who incurs a 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. A student who incurs a Second Academic Suspension may not enroll in the University for a minimum of two semesters. A student who incurs a Third Academic Suspension will be expelled from the University.
A student who resigns after mid-semester or term may be subject to academic suspension.
A student who incurs an Academic Suspension under these rules may appeal the decision to the Admissions Committee if he/she believes extraordinary circumstances merit an exception to the rules. Any student on expulsion must appeal to the Admissions Committee for readmission to the University.