Probation or Suspension

STUDENTS PLACED ON PROBATION

Students placed on probation at the end of the Fall 2018 term are required to meet with an advisor to keep their schedule for the upcoming term. Students who fail to meet with an advisor will have their Spring 2019 schedule dropped on:

January 11, 2019 at 5:00 P.M.

They must be advised/re-advised before they will be allowed to re-register. Please review procedures below:

To assist students in achieving academic success, Sam Houston State University is adding the following provisions to the Academic Advisement Procedures.

  1. Students who advance register for the Spring 2019 term and are subsequently placed on probation at the close of the Fall 2018 term must be advised. Students who were advised prior to being placed on probation must be re-advised.
  2. Students placed on probation will not be able to process schedule changes, pay their tuition/fees or apply financial aid until a "Probation Advisement Block" has been removed by an advisor.
  3. Students placed on probation must be advised or re-advised by: 5:00 p.m. on January 11, 2019.


Students who have not had the "Probation Advisement Block" removed by that date will have their class schedules deleted, and they must be advised/re-advised before they will be allowed to re-register.

Students who need Probation Advising should contact the SAM Center (Student Advising & Mentoring Center), (936) 294-4444, or their academic advisor.

STUDENTS PLACED ON SUSPENSION

Students placed on suspension at the end of the Fall 2018 term are required to meet with their academic dean to keep their schedule for the upcoming term. Students who fail to meet with their academic dean will have their Spring 2019 schedule dropped on:

January 11, 2019 at 5:00 P.M.

Readmission from suspension must be approved by the appropriate academic dean. The petition for readmission must be made in writing and supported by a transcript of all college work completed at Sam Houston State University.

If the academic dean allows the student to re-enroll prior to the deadline, the student will not have to re-register for his/her courses. If the students schedule is deleted and has already paid tuition and fees, the Bursar’s Office will process a refund.