Suspension is a sanction by which a student is involuntarily separated from the University for a period of one semester to four academic years. Student’s final course grades will be determined by factoring academic progress prior to the date of suspension with all remaining outstanding assignments with no credit earned. Additionally, a student suspended from the University before an academic semester ends will not receive a refund of any monies paid and is not relieved of any financial obligation to the University. At the end of the sanction term, the student is eligible for re-enrollment pending the submission of appropriate paperwork and completion of any other sanction terms.
A student suspended shall have a grade of “Q” or “F” recorded for each course in progress as determined appropriate by the academic dean. The transcript will not record suspension.