Probation is intended as a warning. If you
If you are placed on probation, you will receive a letter from Undergraduate Advising and Research regarding your status. A copy of the letter will also be sent to your academic adviser or major department.
Your probation status will be notated on your unofficial transcript (probation status is not noted on your official University transcript).
You should arrange to meet with the professional advisers at Undergraduate Advising and Research: Sweet Hall, First Floor; email@example.com; 650-723-2426; see the UAR web site for information on scheduling an appointment. Other resources include:
You will remain on probation for your next three consecutive quarters of enrollment. If you are away from Stanford on an official leave of absence or another reason for any one of those quarters, your three consecutive quarters of probation will begin again upon your return to Stanford.
In each quarter that you are on probation, you are required to:
In addition, during your first quarter on probation you are required to meet with a professional adviser at Undergraduate Advising and Research to review your academic experiences and map out your academic plans. You may schedule an appointment with a UAR adviser online, or by visiting their office in Sweet Hall, first floor, or by calling (650) 723-2426.
If you complete these requirements, at the end of the three quarters you will be removed from probation.
If you are unable to meet the minimum progress requirements for students on probation, you may be placed on provisional registration or suspended.