At course midsemester, undergraduate students in jeopardy of unsatisfactory performance in a nursing course must receive a written or electronic notification from the course faculty or course leader/coordinator.
A midsemester academic warning is assigned to any undergraduate student for reasons including, but not limited to, an average nursing course grade of less than C+ (75 percent); unsatisfactory, unsafe, unethical clinical performance; and/or poor attendance. Following a midsemester academic warning, it is the responsibility of the student to contact the faculty who issued the warning and develop an action plan. In the event the warning is for unsatisfactory clinical performance, the course leader/coordinator will be notified and review the action plan. Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) students must also contact their EOF adviser.
Absence of a midsemester warning does not guarantee a student will pass the clinical and/or didactic portion of a course.
Students are responsible for monitoring their own progress in the course to ensure they are performing at a satisfactory level.