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Academic Probation & Suspension


Undergraduate students who enter with or drop below a 2.00 cumulative GPA will be placed and remain on probation until the cumulative GPA is raised to a 2.00 or above.  During the probation period, the student must maintain a semester GPA of 2.00 or higher.  Students placed on probation will be officially notified by the Registrar’s Office and a statement will be posted on the student’s transcript.  Students leaving the University on probation will be re-admitted on probation.  An official transcript must be provided to the Registrar's Office to remove probation status if the student attends another university and raises the cumulative GPA to 2.00.  Failure to maintain a minimum institutional GPA of 2.00 each semester while on probation will result in the student being placed on suspension for a period of one year,and he/she will not be eligible to re-enroll until such time period has elapsed.

Students placed on academic probation are monitored by academic advising.  Academic Advisors are available and encourage students on probation to attend regular advising sessions during the semester. Academic Advisors can also connect students on probation with the appropriate learning support services on campus. 


Undergraduate students may be suspended from the University for one calendar year for failure to meet the terms of probation or for grade point deficiency. If placed on suspension, you will be officially notified by the Registrar’s Office, and a statement will be posted on your transcript indicating “Placed on Suspension.” After a year on suspension, you will be permitted to enroll again on probation. Note: Enrollment restrictions as a result of suspension are imposed only at the end of the fall and spring terms.  

If you are a student faced with an extenuating circumstance, you may file an appeal of your suspension with an Academic Advisor.  If your appeal is approved, you will be permitted to enroll again on probation.


Please fill out the following Academic Suspension Appeal with an Academic Advisor:

Academic Suspension Appeal

Academic Advisor



Student Population

Jennifer Carrillo



University Center,    330B

College of Business

Tyler Lawrence



University Center,    330R

College of Education & Liberal Arts

Debbie Hopkins



Science & Tech,     308

College of Education & Liberal Arts (Education)

Rachel Cherry



University Center,    208

College of Education & Liberal Arts (BAAS/BGS)

Tiffany Ray



University Center,    330S

College of Education & Liberal Arts

Betsy Sanz



University Center,    330N

College of Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics

Amber Galvan



University Center,    330A


Jennifer Perez



UHS 113

Northeast Texas Community College Campus Students

The Academic Advising office is open weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Students can see an academic advisor on a *walk-in basis daily from 8a.m. until 5p.m.

*Walk-ins are typically 15 minutes and should include the following immediate concerns: withdrawing, dropping or adding a course, course approval forms, and personal issues affecting academic performance. 

Students should always make an appointment to see advisors for more complex academic advising matters.

To make an appointment online:

1. Go to Eagle CONNECT, located on the Quick links tab of TAMUT.edu

2. Log in using your NET ID.

3. Locate your advisor’s profile in "My Success Network" and schedule an appointment with him/her.


To make an appointment by phone:
Success Center Secretary: Sydney Custer
Office: University Center 330
Office: 903.334.6724
Email: sydney.custer@tamut.edu

  • 7101 University Ave
  • Texarkana, TX 75503
  • p: 903.223.3000
  • f: 903.223.3104
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