In acting upon matters of unsatisfactory scholarship, the COS has delegated to Office of Undergraduate Judicial Affairs the responsibility to automatically take action according to the table and notes below:
*A student who was Suspended without being put on Probation will be put on Probation if the student's academic performance merits Warning or Risk. Students who have already been put on Probation will be Suspended and students who have already been Suspended will be Separated.
Requests for Reconsideration
Students suspended or separated from the College for unsatisfactory academic performance may request that the COS reconsider its action by submitting to the Chair, in writing, any evidence of extenuating circumstances which would warrant a change in the COS action. A student's written request for reconsideration should be directed to the Committee on Standards and must be submitted to the Director of Undergraduate Judicial Affairs who sets a deadline at the end of each term. Students who intend to request such reconsideration must notify the Director of Undergraduate Judicial Affairs Office within 48 hours of their notification of suspension or separation. They must submit the written statement by the first day of the succeeding term. Suspension and separation decisions are reconsidered by a COS academic action panel. Questions about the Request for Reconsideration process should be directed to a student's class dean or to the Director of Undergraduate Judicial Affairs Office.
Last Updated: 12/13/11