When you are academically disqualified, you are no longer considered an "admitted/matriculated" student at CSUF. All disqualified students must complete the Disqualification Tutorial before they can schedule an advising session or attend the Academic Disqualification workshop. The tutorial includes information on options after being academically disqualified from CSUF. A short quiz will be given after every section to track your progress.
Steps for Regaining Good Academic Standing and Readmission to CSUF:
You are required to bring all materials below when attending the Academic Disqualification Workshop for newly disqualified students or meeting with an Open University Advisor:
Undergraduate students on academic probation are subject to disqualification if their CSUF or total grade point averages fall below one of the following levels of disqualification.
|Class Level||Units Earned||GPA Level|
|Seniors||90 or more||1.95|
|Sophomores||30 - 59||1.70|
|Freshmen||0 - 29||1.50|
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