GCAC-404 Satisfactory Scholarship
Dissertation Committee Chair: Graduate Faculty member(s) responsible for assuring that all Graduate Council standards and requirements relative to the Ph.D. degree are met and that any conditions set by the student’s Dissertation Committee are fulfilled.
- A minimum grade-point average of 3.00 for work done at the University is required to maintain good academic standing and for all academic benchmarks, including admission to the qualifying examination, the comprehensive examination, and the final oral examination, and for graduation.
- A graduate student who fails to maintain satisfactory scholarship or to make acceptable progress in a degree program may be dropped from the University.
- One or more failing grades or a cumulative grade-point average below 3.00 for any semester or session or combination of semesters and/or sessions may be considered as evidence of failure to maintain satisfactory scholarship.
Termination of a graduate student for unsatisfactory scholarship may be initiated by the graduate program or by the chair of the student’s doctoral committee. (See GCAC-803 Procedures for Termination of the Degree Program of a Graduate Student for Unsatisfactory Scholarship).