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Other Policies and Procedures

Academic Suspension

Each Linfield College program evaluates academic suspension at the end of the semesters or terms listed in the academic probation policy. As established by the Linfield College faculty, students shall be suspended from the college if they fail to bring both the semester and cumulative GPA to the 2.00 minimum requirement within:

  1. one semester after being placed on academic probation for Portland Campus and McMinnville Campus students;
  2. 12 semester credits for ADP students.

Further, any full-time student whose GPA is less than 0.50 after the first semester at Linfield shall be suspended immediately. Students are notified of their academic suspension status by mail immediately after the appropriate semester or term. For any further inquiries about the academic suspension policy, students should contact the Registrar or Registration Office appropriate to their program.

Academic Suspension Appeal

Suspended students shall have the right to a Student Policies Committee review provided they submit an appeal. Students may submit an academic suspension appeal letter via the Registrar or Registration Office appropriate to their program. In addition to the appeal letter, students may ask that any Linfield College faculty member or administrator submit a letter of support on their behalf. The support letters should be submitted to the Registrar or Registration Office appropriate to their program. The Linfield College Registrar will present student suspension appeal letters from all three programs to the Student Policies Committee for review. Each registration office will notify the student of the committee decision at the earliest possible date. For any further inquiries about the academic suspension appeal policy, students should contact the Registrar or Registration Office appropriate to their program.