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Academic Disqualification

As an undergraduate student on academic probation, you may be subject to academic disqualification based on your GPA and class level. If disqualified, you will not be allowed to attend the University for at least one year. You are not eligible to take courses at CSU, Chico through regular enrollment while academically disqualified; you can take classes at Chico through Open University or at a community college. 

Disqualification GPA Ranges

Below are the minimum GPA requirements by class level to avoid entering disqualification range:

  • Freshman (0-29 Units)  -  1.50
  • Sophomore (30-59 Units)  -  1.70
  • Junior (60 - 89 Units)  -  1.85
  • Senior (90+ Units)  -  1.95

Important Note: Your class level is based on the total (cumulative) number of units you have completed.

Recently Disqualified?

  1. Sign-up through your portal to attend a Disqualified - What's Next? workshop.
  2. Review our Reinstatement to the University page for important deadlines and information.
  3. Meet with an academic advisor to discuss your individual situation.