Graduate students who are placed on academic warning may not have their assistantship removed unless it is deemed by the major professor (if applicable), in consultation with the graduate coordinator and unit head, that the activities associated with the assistantship are contributing to the student’s impaired academic performance. In this case, an alternative source of funding that will allow the student to focus on academic performance should be considered. If a student is subsequently placed on probation, the decision to change the source of or remove an assistantship shall be determined by the major professor (if applicable) in consultation with the graduate coordinator and unit head.
New Policy: Graduate assistantship eligibility while on academic probation
April 6, 2022