Termination of Students on Academic Probation
|Policy Approval Authority||President|
|Responsible Division||Human Resources Services|
|Responsible Officer(s)||Senior Associate Vice President|
|Contact Person||William Hodson|
|Effective Adoption Date||08-04-2009|
|Last Review Date||08-04-2009|
Human Resources / Employment
To terminate students who are no longer eligible for student employment due to not meeting university GPA requirements for employment.
In accordance with University policy students are required to be in Good Standing academically to be eligible for student employment. The university requires Undergraduate students to maintain a 2.0 GPA and 3.0 GPA for Graduate Students. Students with GPAs below these requirements are required to obtain an Academic Probation Permit from the Academic Advising Dean. The Academic Advising Dean has the authority to indicate whether or not the student can be employed. The Academic Advising Dean also has the authority to indicate the number of hours the student can work.
- The Student Employment office will not process hire or rehire paperwork for any student not meeting the GPA requirements. Paperwork will be held by the office until the proper permits have been obtained and the student working has been approved by the Advising Dean.
Current Employed Students
- Departments who currently employ students who become ineligible will be notified via e-mail that the student needs an academic probation permit and it should be submitted to the Student Employment office by the deadline indicated. The deadline will be the next payroll deadline from the date of notification.
- If the permit is not received, the department will be notified. Following final notification, the student will be administratively terminated and a notification e-mail will be sent to the department.
- State University Civil Service System Statute and Rules
- NIU Board of Trustee Regulations, Section IV. Students, Subsection E, 4
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