A. To be eligible to register continuously without conditions, a student must achieve satisfactory academic progress. Concordia will follow federal-financial-aid policy on satisfactory academic progress as long as Concordia accepts federal funding.
B. When a student does not maintain satisfactory progress, the University will impose certain restrictions that will affect the student’s eligibility for enrollment:
1. Academic Probation: Academic probation is a formal warning that students did not achieve satisfactory progress. A student on probation will remain eligible to enroll in the subsequent term for a maximum of 16 credits, but must achieve satisfactory progress at the end of that term or face disqualification.
2. Disqualification: Disqualification occurs when students do not meet satisfactory
academic progress requirements for two consecutive terms. Students may appeal to be re-admitted by completing the Disqualification Appeal Form.
3. Additionally, for first year students with no prior college credits earned, first term of enrollment: To be eligible to return for a second term, a student must achieve at least a 1.0 GPA their first term. Disqualification occurs when first-term students do not achieve a 1.0 GPA. Students will be notified of their disqualification in writing by the registrar.
Students are ineligible to register for subsequent terms. Students may appeal to be readmitted by completing the Disqualification Appeal Form.

Last modified: March 15, 2018