As per SIUE policy, Academic Probation and Suspension, Undergraduate - 1I1 (5), suspended students will be ineligible to attend SIUE for at least one term. A suspended student may then re-enroll only upon favorable action by the Suspension Appeals Committee (appointed by the Associate Provost) provided that the student agrees to intensive academic advisement and counseling. The Suspension Appeals Committee shall include at least one faculty member appointed by the Faculty Senate to serve a three year term. The student and Academic Advising must reach agreement upon a plan of action.
The Suspension Appeals Committee will be administered by Academic Advising, and in cases where a student had been accepted to a major, the Committee may add a representative from that major department. A student must file an appeal before any action can be taken by the Suspension Appeals Committee.
Suspended students who are permitted to re-enroll revert automatically to undeclared status. However, upon reinstatement of a student to the University who previously had been accepted to a major, the major department shall be asked to indicate whether or not it wishes to immediately re-admit the student to its program. Upon reinstatement to the University, a student may request a major when that student meets the stated admission criteria for a given program.
Suspended students who have been permitted to re-enroll will assume probationary status (see Academic Probation and Suspension, Undergraduate - 1I1, (1)).
Approved by Chancellor effective 1/11/10
This policy was issued on January 21, 2010, replacing the February 1, 1996 version.
Document Reference: 1I2
Origin: CC 5-72/73; OP 2/2/87; CC 18-88/89; CC 15-91/92; OP 8/2/95; OC 1/11/10