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- A student may be placed on a general probation for other issues, such as if conduct or health fails to meet acceptable levels. General probation may be at the recommendation of the Capstone Committee to the Progressions Committee or the Progressions Committee independently. The duration of probation is determined by the Progressions Committee and is expected to be one semester. Upon completion of the probationary period, the student may be restored to full student standing, have probation continued (duration is at the discretion of the Progressions Committee), or, in extreme cases, be dismissed from the program.
- Students receive certain penalties for late documentation. If documentation is not submitted as indicated, the student will not receive a diploma until all documentation is completed.
- A student may be placed on suspension if conduct in any area fails to meet acceptable levels, to include plagiarism or cheating in any form. The duration of the suspension will be determined by the Progressions Committee. Upon completion of the suspended period, the student may be restored to full standing with no probation, or allowed to re-enter the program and placed on probation for a duration that will be determined by the Progressions Committee.
- Disciplinary actions for violations of the standards of academic or personal conduct shall include, but not be limited to, the following or any combination thereof: written disciplinary warning, probation, suspension (including suspensions from classes), and termination from the School.