Academic re-evaluation policy and procedures:
Academic Re-Evaluation is the process of removing all prior grades from future GPA calculation for those students enrolling at MSU after an absence from post-secondary education of at least four years. It provides returning students who have had academic difficulties at an earlier stage of their academic career the opportunity for a "second chance" at academic success in earning a degree.
Grade appeals are reviewed in instances where students perceive that a final grade is unfair, arbitrary, or capricious.
Suspension-Probation Policy and Procedures:
Students who fail to meet satisfactory academic standards will be placed on academic warning or probation. Failing to meet satisfactory academic standards for two consecutive semesters will lead to suspension.
- Suspension-Probation Policy and Procedures
- Academic Reinstatement due to Academic Suspension Process
- Medical Verification Form
This form is used when a student requests to register for more than 18 credits in one term. Please refer to theMaximum Credit Registration Limit Policy
Students wishing to have non-General Education courses from Minnesota State University, Mankato count as general education courses must do so by appeal. Such appeals are NOT encouraged and are rarely granted. Full information on the process and application materials are at Registration and Academic Records.