Forms & Guidelines

Good Standing Definitions

Last modified: November 04, 2018

The School of Education defines "good standing" as a combination of good academic and citizenship status within the school and university.

Good academic standing. To attain good academic standing, undergraduate students must have a term and a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher. To attain good academic standing as a graduate students, students must: be making satisfactory progress toward the completion of degree requirements within the time limits of the degree program, including approved extensions, have demonstrated an ability to succeed in the degree program; and have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.00 (B) or better.

Good citizenship standing. Students who are in violation of academic and/or student conduct policies established by the School of Education or University may forfeit eligibility for financial assistance. Students who are awaiting pending disciplinary action or appealing an active disciplinary status may forfeit eligibility for financial assistance. The School of Education will review all requests for financial assistance by students with active or pending disciplinary status on a case by case basis. A change in status following a previous funding decision can lead to forfeiture of funds.