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We are invested in your success at Crafton Hills College and strongly encourage you to do your best in your current classes.

It is essential that you earn passing grades and complete the courses you are currently enrolled in to avoid possible dismissal from Crafton at the end of each semester. State regulations will make any student who has been on Academic or Progress probation for two or more consecutive semesters ineligible for priority registration. We urge you to read the college catalog for detailed information regarding our policies and regulations on Academic or Progress probation.

Also, state regulations may make any student who is on Academic or Progress probation ineligible for some or all financial aid benefits. If you have extenuating circumstances, you have the option to appeal your academic status with the Financial Aid Department.

Probation / Academic Standing

A student shall be placed on probation if:

Academic Probation - The student has attempted at least 12 units and has earned a GPA below 2.0 for all work attempted.
Progress Probation - The student has enrolled in at least 12 units and has received a "W", "I", or "NP" in 50% or more of all units enrolled.

Students who are on probation will receive an email at their Crafton email account. Please check you student email account regularly.

Students placed on probation will have a future hold put on their account to prevent them from registering for the next semester. Learn how to remove your probation hold by reading below.

Levels of Academic Probation

After earning twelve or more units at Crafton Hills College, a student shall be placed on Level One Academic probation when their grade point average falls below 2.0 for all work attempted.

When placed on probation, students should meet with a Counselor to complete a Student Success contract.

After two consecutive semesters at Crafton Hills College (not including summer) with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) below 2.0, a student shall be placed on Level Two Academic Probation.

Students placed on Level Two probation shall meet with a Counselor to complete a Student Success contract before their priority registration date.

After three consecutive semesters at Crafton Hills College (not including summer) with a cumulative GPA below 2.0, a student shall be placed on dismissal for one semester.

Students placed on Dismissal shall meet with Rejoice Chavira, the Probation Counselor to see if they will be dismissed or if they are eligible to get a contract for the next semester. Call 909-389-3366 to schedule an appointment.

You may be eligible for a probation contract to continue at Crafton Hills if any of the rules below apply to you:

  • You are no longer on Academic Probation because your accumulated GPA is now 2.0 or higher
  • You have completed all your current courses with grades of "C" or higher

 

Levels of Progress Probation

After earning twelve or more units at Crafton Hills College, a student shall be placed on Level One progress probation when fifty percent or more of their grades have been received in non-evaluative symbols ("W", "I", or "NC").

When placed on probation, students should meet with a Counselor to complete a Student Success contract.

A student shall be placed on Level Two progress probation after two consecutive semesters at Crafton Hills College (not including summer) when fifty percent or more of their grades have been received in non-evaluative symbols ("W", "I", or "NC").

Students placed on Level Two probation shall meet with a Counselor to complete a Student Success contract before their priority registration date.

After three consecutive semesters at Crafton Hills College (not including summer) when fifty percent or more of their grades have been received in non-evaluative symbols ("W", "I", or "NC"), a student shall be placed on dismissal for one semester.

Students placed on Dismissal shall meet with Rejoice Chavira, the Probation Counselor to see if they will be dismissed or if they are eligible to get a contract for the next semester. Call 909-389-3366 to schedule an appointment.

You may be eligible for a probation contract to continue at Crafton Hills if any of the rules below apply to you:

  • You are no longer on Progress Probation because the percentage of units (in which W, I, NP, or NC was given) are at or below 49%
  • You did not withdraw from or receive an "I" (Incomplete) or "NP (No Pass) grade in any of your current semester courses.

 

A student on academic and/or progress probation shall be dismissed for one semester when one or more of the following conditions exists:

The student has earned a cumulative grade point average of less than 2.0 in all units graded with a "A","B","C","D", or "F" in each of three consecutive semesters (not including summer session).

The student has received non-evaluative symbols of "W", "I", or "NP" or "NC" in 50% or more of the units for which he/she was enrolled in each of three consecutive semesters (not including summer session).
(SBCCD Administrative Procedure 4250)

A disqualified student may appeal his/her dismissal by filing a Petition for Special Privilege with the Academic Exceptions Committee.

A student may be reinstated after one semester from the date of disqualification. A student enrolled following dismissal shall be on probationary status and subject to dismissal. If the scholastic achievement of a student readmitted after disqualification continues without progress towards achieving good standing, the student may be disqualified for one year.
(SBCCD Administrative Procedure 4250)

 

How to Remove Your Probation Hold

1. Sign up for and attend a Back to Success Workshop by calling Rebecca Orta at (909) 389-3450

2. After viewing the online workshop, complete the Obstacles & Solution form (pdf)

3. Email your completed Obstacles & Solution form to rorta@saturdaycoach.com

  • Rebecca Orta will contact you to schedule an appointment with a Counselor

Schedule an appointment with a Counselor to:

1. Create a full Student Education Plan (SEP)

2. Complete a Student Success Contract

You can schedule an appointment by stopping by in-person CCR (building 6)- 201 (Campus Map) or by calling us at 909-389-3366.

If you are a current EOP&S, CalWORKs, CARE, NextUP (Foster Youth) or DREAMers student, you must see your assigned counselor. Veterans and their dependents must see the Veterans counselor.

 

To sign up for a probation workshop, or ask general questions about probation, please call 909-389-3450 or 909-389-3267.