Students who have been disqualified from ASU may be readmitted to the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts for a fall or spring semester if they complete either of the following:
- Achieve a cumulative ASU GPA of 2.00 by taking ASU summer session courses.
- Complete 12 or more transferable credit hours at a community college or university with no grade lower than a “C” and a GPA of 2.50 or better. Courses in which the student failed or received a “D” at ASU should not be repeated at another institution.
Once readmitted, the student may be placed on academic probation for at least one semester. Students on probation will have one semester to raise their cumulative or semester GPA to meet the required 2.00 GPA to remain at ASU. Failure to do so will result in disqualification from the university.
Note: Students who receive a "D" or E" grade in an ASU course, should not repeat the course at another institution for a higher grade. This will void the possibility of a potential ASU grade replacement to improve ASU GPA upon readmission.
Students who have been disqualified two or more times will not be reinstated until they achieve an ASU GPA of 2.0 or better by taking summer courses.
Academic Renewal: Students who have a five-year absence from ASU may be encouraged to apply for academic renewal as part of the reinstatement process. For additional information, see an advisor or see “Academic Renewal” in the ASU catalog.
Readmission: An application for readmission will be required for the semester you wish to return to ASU. This readmission will be contingent on completing the requirements stated above.