According to the Purchase College 2005-07 Course Catalog:
Normally, students are placed on probation following a semester during which the student's progress has been found to be problematic. Probationary status is not a punitive action. It is intended to indicate problems that require correction and, if not corrected, may result in the loss of Title IV Aid and academic dismissal. However, probation is not necessarily a prerequisite for dismissal. If placed on probation, students are encouraged to give particular attention to their educational and professional development. ... A student may or may not be given a warning, an informal action, before being placed on probation. (General Information: Academic Policies, Probation, p. 281)
If you are placed on academic probation, there are several strategies in which to actively work toward satisfactory academic progress:
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to e-mail or call:
Student Services 224
Student Services 223
225 Student Services Bldg.