* Students do not need to take a certain amount of Honors courses to stay in the Honors College *
Grades are reviewed and probation/dismissal notification are sent at the start of each long semester (fall, spring). Students wishing to provide additional information in response to a dismissal letter may do so via the dismissal form.
What does being on Honors Probation mean?
You are still a member of the Honors College.
You are still eligible to take an unlimited number of Honors courses without special approval.
You may still participate in Honors events, programs, and activities.
You will not be eligible to win a lottery drawing for your first choice of Honors classes during Meet the Professor Night.
You will still receive important updates and information through the Honors Distribution List.
What does Honors Dismissal mean?
You are no longer a member of the Honors College unless you reapply once GPA has improved.
You may not enroll in Honors courses unless granted special approval, on a case by case basis.
You will be removed from the Honors Distribution List and no longer receive updates or information regarding Honors events and activities.
You should submit a dismissal response and/or contact the Honors Advisor, Michelle Sotolongo, if you wish to remain active in the Honors College.