academics : academic advisors
The letters "PROB" appearing on your grade report indicate that you have been placed on academic probation. This means that your semester or graduation index was lower than that required for an undergraduate student with your semester classification.
You will be taken off probation at the end of the first subsequent fall or spring semester in which your indexes are greater than or equal to those required by the University as defined in the University Regulations handbook.
If, however, your graduation index falls below the index levels for dropping while you are on probation or you receive 6 credit hours or more for failing (F or WF) grades for the semester, you will be dropped from the University. This means that you will not be allowed to continue as a student at Purdue. You may not attend classes at any Purdue campus for at least one fall or spring semester, and you must file an Application for Readmission and then be reviewed by the readmission committee. Readmission is not automatic.
Being on probation is a cause for concern. Talk with your academic advisor about specific academic problems. Examine your course load and consider reducing your hours if necessary. If you have any questions concerning academic probation, contact a Student Services Coordinator, Anji McKinney or Valorie Moorman , at 314-8528 or 314-8530. or come to room 1200 at the Learning Center.
AMCE Building - Columbus
4444 Kelly Street
Columbus, IN 47203
Lead Student Services Coordinator & VA Certifying Official
Student Services Assistant
Greensburg Learning Center
422 E. Central Ave.,
Greensburg, IN 47240
Student Services Coordinator