In general, students who are not in good standing cannot self-register.
Students not in good standing should meet with an advisor in the Advising Center. Students advised in the Center will complete an Academic Success Plan, which includes a discussion of the student’s barriers to success, the academic standing policy, referral to appropriate campus support services, and calculation of GPA goals. Probation/continued probation students who complete an Academic Success Plan will be released for self-registration if they do not have any other registration restrictions, such as Learning Support (LS) requirements. LS students who are not in good standing should receive registration assistance from LS advisors.
Faculty advisors should give students on probation/continued probation, and who choose not to be advised in the Advising Center, a signed scheduling worksheet complete with course recommendations. When registration opens, students should bring the worksheet to campus for registration assistance. For times and locations, please view the Dates and Instructions page.
Probation students can still use most BannerWeb functions, including looking up classes using the "Available Course Quickcheck," function and submitting a Withdrawal Request. The only function probation students are prohibited from using is self-registration; however, these students may be cleared for self-registration after meeting with an Advising Center Advisor and completing an Academic Success Plan.
Students returning from suspension cannot register until the term of their suspension is complete. Students returning from suspension always require assisted registration.
Students who are suspended will lose any schedule they have registered for and will receive a full refund (i.e. even if a student is only suspended only for summer semester, both the summer and the fall schedules will be dropped upon suspension).