Reinstatement and Readmission Following Academic Disqualification

Students who have been notified of their academic probation or disqualification should seek advising regarding reinstatement or readmission to the University. Begin by visiting the Enrollment Information Center located on the first floor of the Student Services and Administration Building on the Hayward Campus to obtain advising on how to be reinstated.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How did I become academically disqualified?

2. What are the reinstatement/readmission requirements?

3. Who do I speak to about what I need to do to get reinstated/readmitted?

4. I am ready to come back to the University following my disqualification, what are the next steps?

5. I have completed courses and my GPA still has not reflected the grade forgiveness, why?

Answers

1.) How did I become academically disqualified?

Undergraduate students whose campus and/or cumulative grade point average (GPA) falls below the satisfactory scholarship level (2.00 GPA) are placed on Academic Probation ; they are Academically Disqualified if their GPA falls below probation levels shown on the Student Academic Level Chart which follows.


Student Academic Level
Student Level Quarter Units Earned Good Standing
Campus & Cumulative
Academic Probation
Campus & Cumulative
Academic Disqualification
Campus or Cumulative
Freshman 1 - 44  2.00 or above 1.50 - 1.99 GPA  1.49 GPA or below
Sophomore 45 - 89  2.00 or above 1.70 - 1.99 GPA  1.69 GPA or below
Student Academic Level
Student Level Quarter Units Earned Good Standing
Campus & Cumulative
Academic Probation
Campus & Cumulative
Academic Disqualification
Campus or Cumulative
Junior 90 - 134  2.00 or above 1.85 - 1.99 GPA  1.84 GPA or below
Senior 135 or more  2.00 or above 1.95 - 1.99 GPA  1.94 GPA or below

2.) What are the reinstatement/readmission requirements?

Students who have been academically disqualified from the University must meet the minimum reinstatement requirement of 2.00 in their Cal State East Bay and Cumulative GPA.  

3.)  To whom can I speak about what I need to do to get reinstated/readmitted?

Students who have been disqualified within the last two quarters can speak to a counselor in the Academic Advising and Career Education (AACE) office located in the Student Administration Building Suite 2300 or call 510-885-3621. All other students must call 510-885-2718 or e-mail the Readmission committee at readmission@csueastbay.edu with your name, NetID (or birth date), phone number, and term of disqualification.

4.)  What do I need to return to the University following a disqualification? 

 Please read and be sure follow the two steps below:

Step One:  Complete a Petition for Reinstatement Packet

Complete a Petition for Reinstatement packet which includes the following:

Turn in your Petition for Reinstatement Form(pdf) by the application deadline. Turn it in at the Enrollment Information Center, on first floor of the Student Services & Administration Building on the Hayward Campus.

NOTE: If you have been in Disqualified status for three or more consecutive quarters, you must reapply to the University online at http://www.csumentor.edu by the application deadline. Be sure to print a copy of the confirmation page for the University.

Step Two:  Complete the Grade Forgiveness Form

Complete the Grade Forgiveness Petition (pdf). Turn in the completed Petition for Grade Forgiveness form into the Enrollment Information Center, first floor of the Student Services & Administration Building on the Hayward Campus.

NOTE: Students who are currently enrolled in courses will need to wait until final grades are processed or final transcripts are received, before committee can make an admissions decision. 

5.) I have completed courses and my GPA still has not reflected the grade forgiveness, why?

The approved Grade Forgiveness Form is processed at the time of readmission/reinstatement. You will see your accurate GPA on your unofficial transcript in MyCSUEB within the first three weeks of the first quarter after you return. Your degree progress GPA and academic standing will accurately reflect your status after grades are posted the first quarter of your return.  

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