The Leeds School of Business is commited to academic excellence. Our Faculty have high academic expections of our students. Below find academic policies every Leeds students need to know:
The overall University of Colorado at Boulder GPA is computed as follows:
Your business GPA is calculated as follows:
It is university policy that an I is posted on your transcript, and will remain even once you complete the course. Once an I becomes a grade, it will appear on your transcript as " letter grade/I."
You must see your advisor to discuss your options and academic progress. If you don't see an advisor you will not be able to register for classes the following semester.
Once on probation, you have one semester (summer session and continuing education courses do not count) to raise your cumulative GPA and/or business GPA to a 2.0! If you are unable to raise your GPA to the minimum 2.0, you will be suspended for one academic year.
You should meet with your advisor often during this probation period. When you come in for your first (required) probation meeting, we will sit down with you and help you make a plan for getting off probation. It's important to know what your GPAs are and what grades you need to get to successfully return to good standing, so make sure you are monitoring these closely. If you need help, ask for it early and often.
If you've successfully raised your GPA to above a 2.0 or waited two academic semesters you can re-enroll in the Leeds School of Business.
Be sure to notify the Leeds School of Business Advising Office. The Advising Office must have a written request in order to reinstate you as a student. The advisor will lift your academic stop and you will be able to enroll for the next semester.
Suspension means that you will be unable to register for University of Colorado daytime courses on any campus during the regular academic year from August to May.
You should meet with your advisor to discuss your options. Here are the ways to clear your suspension:
This information is provided as a guideline. If you are on probation or suspension, or are concerned about your academic status, please work with your academic advisor to develop an academic recovery plan that works best for you.