Academic Standing identifies categories of students' meeting the academic standards of Buffalo State. The four categories of academic standing for undergraduate students are good academic standing, academic warning, academic probation, and academic dismissal. More information about each of these categories can be found in this website section.
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To be “in good academic standing” means that a student is eligible or has been allowed to register for and undertake academic coursework at the college for the term in question.
All students not on academic probation are considered to be in good academic standing and are eligible to participate in extra-curricular activities. Any Buffalo State undergraduate student with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above, on academic warning, or on academic probation is eligible to register for coursework at Buffalo State.
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