When students fail to maintain the required cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher, their academic status at Lincoln College will change from Good Standing to Academic Probation. Students will be notified of their Academic Probation by the Office of the Registrar and by the Vice President for Academic Affairs. Students will be eligible to re-enroll for the first semester after they are placed on Academic Probation but are limited to an enrollment of no more than fifteen credit hours during that first semester of return. Students transferring to Lincoln College will enter on Academic Probation if their cumulative grade point average from other institutions is below 2.00.
Students re-entering Lincoln College after having been academically dismissed from any other institution of higher learning will re-enroll on Academic Probation. Transfer students and re-entering students placed on Academic Probation are limited to an enrollment of no more than fifteen credit hours in that first semester.
Students who are on Academic Probation and who do not bring their cumulative grade point average at Lincoln College to 2.00 or higher will be continued on Academic Probation if the institutional grade point average for that semester is at least 2.00. Students who earn at least a 2.00 term average during the first semester of probation may enroll for up to fifteen credit hours during subsequent semesters as long as they earn the 2.00 term average and progress toward returning to Good Academic Standing.
Students who are on Academic Probation and who do not achieve an institutional grade point average of at least 2.00 for that semester will be suspended from Lincoln College. The first suspension is for one semester. Subsequent suspensions are for one calendar year. Students will receive notification of their suspension from the Office of the Registrar. Students placed on suspension for one calendar year must apply for readmission to Lincoln College.