A student's academic status is a general indication of that student's eligibility to remain in school. It may affect that student's eligibility for scholarships; his or her standing with selective service; his or her eligibility for special insurance rates, loans, and work-study programs; his or her eligibility for intercollegiate athletics; and many other student activities. A student’s academic status is based on a student’s cumulative grade point average. A full-time or part-time student eligible to continue or re-enroll at the university will be in academic good standing, even if on academic probation.
If you do not have academic good standing, you'll be placed on academic probation for a semester. If you don't bring your GPA above a 2.0 during the semester you're on academic probation, you'll be placed on academic suspension.