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Academic Standing

Overview

The Graduate Student Academic Standing Policy defines the minimum academic requirements for continued enrollment at Drexel University to support successful student progress, minimizes the time to degree completion, and assists the evaluation of satisfactory academic progress towards the granting of a graduate degree. This policy applies to all graduate students enrolled in quarter programs with the exception of the Thomas R. Kline School of Law and the College of Medicine, who are on semester calendar. Students in those schools should refer to their program's student handbook for academic standing and dismissal policies applicable to their program of study. Please also refer to the Provost's Academic Policies page for additional policies, which may be applicable to all Drexel students.

In order to earn a graduate degree, a student must complete all program and University requirements in a satisfactory manner. Students not achieving minimum standards are subject to Academic Probation and may be subject to Academic Dismissal as defined in the policy. Policies related to Academic Standing are upheld and overseen by the Graduate College under the Office of the Provost.

See Academic Standing: Graduate Students.

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Updated 6/10/2020.