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(Effective August 2015)
I. Source and Duration of Funding
II. Eligibility for Funding: Making Adequate Progress
III. Eligibility for Funding: Academic Standing
In order to be eligible for financial support, a graduate student must be in good academic standing. This is a university requirement. In order to remain in good academic standing, a graduate student must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or greater in all coursework including research and dissertation.
Students who fail to maintain a 3.00 grade point average will be issued an Academic Warning or will be placed on Academic Probation depending upon the severity of the problem. First year students issued an Academic Warning may request continued support for one semester at the university minimum rate. This request will be evaluated by the department, which must endorse the request if it is to be forwarded to the Office of Graduate Studies. Requests endorsed by the department will be evaluated by the Office of Graduate Studies for possible approval. Students placed on Academic Probation are generally ineligible for financial support.
Academic standing and other university requirements are discussed in the "Academic and Registration Regulations" section of the Graduate Catalog. Graduate students should become familiar with all university policies that influence their appointments as research or teaching assistants, such as academic honesty, registration requirements, and attendance regulations.
IV. Eligibility for Instructional Funding: Prior Performance
All teaching assistants in the department are evaluated at the end of each semester by faculty or instructional staff. Student evaluations may also be collected. If teaching assistant performance is deemed unacceptable, students will become ineligible for future TA support.
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