Effect of Probationary Status
- The candidate on probation must work to remedy the causes of probation
and may not take any further coursework requiring admittance to Teacher
Education other than courses that need to be retaken. This should involve
consultations with the faculty advisor.
- Following the probationary semester the Teacher Education Administrative
Council (TEAC) will review the candidate's status. This review will include
but not be limited to: the grade point averages, dispositions, recommendations
from faculty, and the previous probation history.
The TEAC will change the candidate's status to fully admitted, or will drop the student from the Teacher Education Program. The candidate will be informed of the decision at the end of the semester.
A candidate dropped from Teacher Education will be dropped from any course requiring admission to Teacher Education.
- Candidates on probation may not apply for student teaching.
Procedure for Readmittance to Teacher Education
If a candidate was dropped from Teacher Education for failure to enroll for more than two consecutive semesters, the candidate must meet with his or her advisor and be recommended for reinstatement by his or her advisor and the department chair.
If a candidate was dropped from the program for other reasons, he or she must go through the full admissions process, but will not be required to duplicate relevant items from the first admission.