In order for a student to be in good academic standing at Robert Morris University, he or she must maintain a minimum cumulative QPA of 3.00.
Academic Warning. A student with a cumulative quality point average lower than 3.00 will be placed on academic warning. Students on academic warning are permitted to continue study for at least one semester and may remain on academic warning.
Academic Suspension. Students will be suspended from the University when three or more "C" or "F" grades are computed in the cumulative quality point average. An academic suspension requires that a student sit out of school for at least one semester. A formal application (with justification) is required for reinstatement. Failure to meet the conditions of reinstatement may result in an academic dismissal. Academic suspensions or dismissals may be appealed by writing to the School Dean. If the dean reverses a suspension or dismissal, the dean must complete the academic conference contract and submit it to the Registrar.