Students will be dismissed from Luther College when their cumulative GPA falls below 1.00. Students on academic probation also risk dismissal from Luther College. Full-time students on probation will be dismissed if:
The college reserves the right at any time to dismiss any student who was not previously on academic probation.
If a student has experienced extenuating circumstances that resulted in academic dismissal, an option to appeal is available. Students can initiate the appeal process by contacting the SASC office The deadline to appeal is noon on Tuesday, June 6, 2017.
Any request for future readmission to Luther must be presented as a formal application. Typically only applications for re-entry supported by one or more semesters of full-time enrollment in transferable courses (with grades of C- or higher and a GPA of 2.50 or higher) at another accredited institution will be considered.
The Student Academic Support Center (SASC) helps students develop confidence in their abilities and achieve their academic potential. SASC provides support to all Luther College students, responding to the individual needs through a variety of services in the context of a community committed to faith, learning, service, and the liberal arts.
The center's services, based on best practices in learning assistance, include:
All services are available to all students free of charge.
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