Appeal of Dismissal Process
Students may appeal their academic dismissal to the Admissions and Academic Affairs Committee. Any appeal of dismissal must be made in writing and prior to the beginning of the semester in which the student wishes to enroll, according to a schedule established by the Dean of Students. Dismissed students are not eligible to take classes at IU East for one semester. The appeal should explain any extenuating circumstances that may have hindered academic performance and must offer a clear explanation for further study and schedule plans.
The Reinstatement Subcommittee, under the purview of the Admissions and Academic Affairs Committee, determines the conditions under which the student may re-enroll, depending on the severity of the student’s academic deficiency. Students who obtain permission to re-enroll will be placed on academic probation and will be required to achieve a minimum 2.000 semester GPA in the semester they return. Failure of a reinstated student to achieve a minimum 2.000 semester GPA will result in immediate dismissal.
The decision of the Admissions and Academic Affairs Committee is final.
Semesters defined as: Fall, Spring, and Summer (all sessions)