|Student Level||Units Earned or Completed||Good Standing GPA||Probation GPA||Disqualification GPA|
|Freshmen||1-29 units||2.00 or above||1.99 to 1.50||1.49 or below|
|Sophomore||30-59 units||2.00 or above||1.99 to 1.70||1.69 or below|
Undergraduate students are placed on academic probation, a type of academic warning, for one of two reasons:
Grade Point Average
Your cumulative, campus and term GPA can be found on your DARS Report. Consult with your advisor to obtain current report. Here are definitions of the three main types of grade point averages commonly referenced:
Academic probation or disqualification status is determined when the cumulative and/or campus GPA falls below a 2.0, based on the number of units completed.
How is my grade point average calculated?
Your grade point average is a numeric representation of your grade, averaged over all courses. Each letter grade is assigned a point value, which when multiplied by the course units is referred to as the "course grade point value". Dividing this figure by your total units attempted reveals your GPA.
You can use the chart below to look up the course grade point value for each of your courses. Add up all your course grade point values, then divide by your total course units, and this will give you your grade point average. Or you could save yourself the math and use our online GPA Calculator.
|Course Grade Point Value (CGP)|
CGP ÷ Units = GPA
|Letter Grade||1 Unit||2 Units||3 Units||4 Units||5 Units|
|F, WU or IC||0||0||0||0||0|