The university will keep track of your UNT GPA and semester GPA to determine your academic standing.

**The minimum cumulative UNT grade point average (UNT CGPA) a student must achieve to remain in good standing is 1.8 in the first enrollment period, 2.0 for all subsequent semesters.

Status

Define

What to do...

Good Standing

2.0 or higher UNT CGPA**

Maintain your UNT CGPA at a 2.0 or higher

Academic Alert

Lower than 2.0 UNT CGPA** Freshman: Mandatory Advising

May be required to attend Academic Success Program

Raise your UNT CGPA to 2.0 to return to Good
Standing or be placed on Probation

Probation

Lower than 2.0 UNT CGPA

Freshman who has been on Academic Alert

Sophomore, Junior, and Senior

Mandatory Advising

Raise UNT CGPA to 2.0 to return to Good
Standing OR earn a 2.25 semester GPA to be
on Continued Probation to avoid Suspension

Continued Probation

Lower than 2.0 UNT CGPA

Previously on Probation

Earned semester GPA of 2.25 or higher

Mandatory Advising

Raise UNT CGPA to 2.0 to return to Good Standing
OR earn a 2.25 semester GPA to be on Continued Probation to avoid Suspension

Suspension

Lower than 2.0 UNT CGPA

Previously on Probation or Continued Probation

Lower than 2.25 semester GPA for the fall or spring term

Mandatory Advising

Meet with advisor to discuss course equivalencies
for the community college;

May be allowed to enroll in the Summer semesters;

Raise UNT GPA to 2.0 and return to Good Standing;

Return to UNT after Suspension and enroll on
Probation