Academic disqualification occurs when a student does not meet the class level minimum GPA requirements to remain a student at CSUDH. Students who are academically disqualified are discontinued and may no longer be able to enroll in classes.
An undergraduate student on academic probation is subject to academic disqualification if the CSUDH and/or overall GPA(s) fall below the applicable class level minimum GPA below:
|Class Level||Minimum GPA|
|Freshman (0 - 29 units completed)||1.5|
|Sophomore (30 - 59 units completed)||1.7|
|Junior (60 - 89 units completed)||1.85|
|Senior (90+ units completed)||1.95|
Students who are not on probation may be disqualified at the end of any term in which the CSUDH and/or overall GPA(s) fall below 1.0.
Students whose CSUDH and overall GPAs are above their class level minimum, but below 2.0, will remain on academic probation.
A student may petition the academic disqualification decision only one time by submitting the following documents:
For information regarding how to meet with an advisor regarding academic disqualification, visit our Contact Us page.