Summer 2022 Academic Standing Plan

 

Given overlap in Spring semester final grade posting and the beginning of Summer term, MSU will be unable to update academic standing prior to the start of the Summer 2022 term.  Undergraduate students on Academic Probation or Suspend Reinstate status at the end of Spring 2022 term will therefore be permitted to enroll coursework during the Summer 2022 term with conditions. Students are recommended to limit the total number of credits attempted during any summer term to 8 total credits.

 

The timeline for grade processing at the end of Spring 2022 is as follows:

Term ends Thursday, May 12th.

Summer Session begins Monday, May 16th

Final course grades due to Registrar on Tuesday, May 17th.

Official grades from Spring 2022 are anticipated to be posted on or by Monday, May 23rd

Notification of academic status will be communicated the week of May 23rd.

 

Students with Academic Probation Status

Students on Academic Probation after Spring 2022 term will be communicated with using established procedures. After notification of probation status by the Office of Academic Affairs, AYCSS will contact students to encourage participation in established Fall 2022 offerings. Outreach regarding tutoring and/or support services available during Summer 2022 term could also be communicated by AYCSS. Students on Academic Probation who earn a term GPA less than 2.0 in Summer 2022 will remain on Academic Probation

 

Students with First Suspension Status

Students suspended for the first time after Spring 2022 will be permitted to remain enrolled in Summer 2022 coursework. Students on first suspension who earn a term GPA less than 2.0 in Summer 2022 will remain in the same academic status (i.e., not receive a second suspension). Consistent with current requirements, students will be required to participate in Second Wind to enroll in Fall 2022 coursework.

 

Students with Two or More Suspensions on Record

Students with two or more suspensions on record after Spring 2022 will be permitted to remain enrolled in Summer 2022 coursework. They will be required to file a suspension appeal with the University Suspension Appeals Board to enroll in Fall 2022 coursework. If no appeal is filed or the appeal is unsuccessful, the suspension status will remain unchanged from the Spring 2022 status.

 

Students with an active suspension status, one that would prevent them from registering for Summer 2022, will need to file a suspension appeal with the University Suspension Appeals Board to enroll in Summer 2022 coursework (this is no change in current process).

 

Exception to open course enrollment during Summer 2022- Pre-requisite courses.  A student could be enrolled in a Summer 2022 course where they did not successfully complete a required pre-requisite(s).  A retroactive drop of the course, without a W, will be used to unenroll the student.

 

Students in Good Standing who earn a term GPA less than 2.0 in Summer 2022 and have a cumulative GPA below 2.0 at the end of summer will be classified using established guidelines for the Fall 2022 term.

 

Students Who Do Not Complete Summer 2022 in Good Academic Standing will be referred to the Allen Yarnell Center for Student Success to receive appropriate supports/advisement for Fall 2022.