Academic Probation Information
Students are placed on Academic Probation if their GPA falls below a 2.0 (either their overall GPA or HSU GPA). The purpose of Academic Probation is to alert you that you are in danger of being disqualified from the university.
An Academic Probation (AP) hold is placed on your account to let you know that you must take specific immediate action to prevent academic disqualification. It is also a means to ensure that you are aware of the campus resources available to assist you in being academically successful.
You will have an AP hold on your account if your cumulative or overall GPA is less than 2.0. If you have an AP hold, you have not been dropped from your classes; your schedule is exactly as it was before the hold was placed. The AP hold only prevents you from making changes to your current class schedule. We advise you to begin the process to release your hold as soon as possible since you may need to make unexpected changes.
You have a cashiers hold which may prevent you from accessing your grades, transcripts, or DARS report. Though you may continue the Academic Probation process now, we strongly recommend that you get your cashiers hold removed before continuing so that you have all the information you need to make the best informed choices for registration.