Academic Probation and Disqualification

 The College of Arts and Letters Advisement Center is committed to assisting you in achieving academic success.  Many students experince some form of academic difficulty during their college career.  Sometimes students find it challenging to remain in good academic standing as they try to adjust to college life.  School is often just one of several competing priorities, including work and family obligations.  Whatever your sitution may be, our aim is to provide you with the necessary academic support and resources to overcome your obstacles and guide you back to a successful academic path.  We want to help all students as they pursue their bachelor's degree at Cal State L.A.!

Academic Probation:

 If your grade point average at Cal State L.A. or your cumulative grade point average has fallen below a 2.0, you are at risk of becoming academically disqualified. A registration hold will be placed on your account by the A&L Advisement Center and you will be required to attend an Academic Success Workshop. In this mandatory workshop you will create an "action plan" for achieving academic success for the duration of your degree pursuit at Cal State L.A.

 To reserve a seat for the workshop, please click here. Once you create an account, sign up under the Event Registration section labeled "Repaving the Road to Academic Success." Appointments fill up quickly and we will not be able to assist you without a workshop appointment.

Disqualification:

  If your grade point average at Cal State L.A. or cumulative grade point average has fallen to a level that makes you academically disqualified, you will need to petition for immediate reinstatement by the published deadline in the schedule of classes and attend a mandatory Academic Distress Workshop.

 To reserve a seat for the workshop, please click here. Once you create an account, sign up under the Event Registration section labeled "Academic Distress Workshop." Appointments fill up quickly and we will not be able to assist you without a workshop appointment. You may not be reinstated without attending  the academic success workshop.