Undergraduate students may be dismissed from the college for the following reasons:
1. Unsuccessfully completing (i.e., E, F, U, I, N, X, or W) one half or more of a semester’s work
2. Failing to satisfy Academic Warning or Academic Probation requirements
3. Failing any course for the third time
4. Failing to complete basic skills requirements (e.g., the Intellectual Foundation’s Basic Communication and Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning requirements) by the end of their sophomore year
5. Determination of an academic misconduct offense
Dismissed students are not allowed to attend courses, either as a matriculated or non-matriculated student, at Buffalo State for at least one year after dismissal.
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