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Academic Standards and Probation Policy

Highline's Academic Standards (Probation) Policy promotes academic excellence by encouraging students to be aware of their academic progress, and to develop strategies to achieve their academic goals. Students are placed on academic probation when their cumulative GPA falls below a 2.0 GPA. An advising block on students’ records prohibits future registration until students meet with an advisor. An advisor can assist with the development of an academic success plan, to include connecting with free campus resources.

Student Requirements for Probation

The Academic Standards policy applies to all students who are enrolled in 6 or more graded credits. This policy is separate from any requirements of special programs or eligibility to receive funding, such as Financial Aid.  If you are receiving funding through Financial Aid or other sources, contact the source to determine any potential impact of your recent grades to your funding.

All students who are on academic probation will be sent an email notification of the requirement to meet with an advisor. Be prepared to discuss your academic goals, challenges, strengths and some potential ways to improve your academic success.

Advising Options

General students: Academic advisors for general students are available in the Advising Center.

Running Start students: Academic advisors are available in the High School Programs Office.

International Student Programs: International students are required to meet with their ISP advisor.  

Faculty advisor: If you have met with your faculty advisor for probation advising, your advisor can email to request removal of the advising block.