I. Academic Success

A. Academic Community Expectations. Residence Halls provide an environment for students to live together, study, and interact.  Residents are responsible for meeting standards of academic performance. Attendance and participation in classes are expected of all residents. Any resident with a high frequency of absences and/or found not participating in or attending classes is in violation of residence hall policy and may be subject to cancellation of License Agreement, residence hall probation, and/or other sanctions at the sole discretion of the University. 

B. Full-Time Status Required. All residents are expected to successfully complete full-time credits at the University (refer to the University catalog for more information on what qualifies as full-time status).  Any resident who drops below full-time status must receive special permission from Residential Life to remain in the residence halls.  Failure to do so may result in cancellation of License Agreement, residence hall probation, and/or other sanctions at the sole discretion of the University.

C. GPA Requirement. A minimum of 2.0 semester and cumulative GPA is expected of all residents and those not meeting this requirement may be subject to cancellation of License Agreement, residence hall probation, and/or other sanctions at the sole discretion of the University.  

D. Disturbance to Academic Community. Any resident creating a disruption or disturbance to other student's ability to sleep or study during finals week may be required to leave the residence halls immediately and remain banned from the facility until a conduct hearing to address the violation occurs. 

E. Academic Intervention. Residents who do not meet academic standards will be required to participate in an academic intervention program should they remain in the residence halls.

Chapter 5.II.: Quiet Hours and Noise