Acdemic Probation

Acdemic Probation

To remain in acceptable academic standing, students must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point of 2.0 in all work taken at the World Trinity University or transferred from another institution.
The academic office will notify a student whose cumulative grade point average falls below 2.0 at the end of the official grade report period. The student may take not more than 12 semester hours during the following grade report period. A student who maintains less than a 2.0 average during the period of reduced load will be placed on academic probation.

A student who achieves a grade point average of 2.0 on work taken during the probation grade report period may continue to enroll. During the probation period the student may enroll in a maximum of 12 hours. A student who fails to attain a 2.0 average during the probationary period must withdraw from the University for at least one grade period. After the withdrawal period, the student may apply for readmission on a probational basis.

A student admitted on academic probation must ahceive a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 within two grade report periods, Otherwise the student is ineligible to re-enroll without special faculty permission.

Withdrawal Procedure

Any student desiring to withdraw from the institution during the school year is required to notify the Registrar and fill out the necessary withdrawal forms. Failure to comply with the proper withdrawal procedure can mean the denial of future readmission All courses which are dropped in the last eight weeks of a semester will be recorded as failures, except in extreme circumstances' subject to the approval of the professor concerned and the appropriate Dean.


Any former student seeking re-admission after and absence of three years is required to submit a new application form. After three years of absence, student seeking re-admission must complete the entire application process.

A student who has been placed on academic suspension is eligible to apply for re-enrollment after one grade period following the suspension. Requests for re-instatement must be addressed in writing to the Admissions Committee. All requests must be complete in the Registrar's office at least 60 days before registration starts. A re-admitted student would enroll on academic probation.

Graduation Requirements

To be eligible for baccalaureate graduation a student must successfully complete his/her prescribed course of study with at least a 3.0 grade point average.

In order to graduate a student must meet the academic requirements set forth in this catalog, must earn their last 32 semester hours of academic credit from World Trinity University and must settle ail financial obligations to the school. As a further prerequisite to graduation each student must, in the opinion of the faculty, display sound scholarship a consistent Christian conduct and attitude and must demonstrate suitability for effective Christian service.


All grades are permanently recorded on the student's academic transcript and becomes a part of his or her scholastic record.

Cumulative record sheets of all academic work done at World Trinity University and the cumulative academic record from other post-secondary institutions are kept permanently.
The cumulative academic record includes personal identification (name, ID. number, date of birth, birthplace, institution from which admitted, date of entrance), degree sought and conferred, and the date.
Student admission and academic records are available for inspection by the student involved, but these records are regarded as confidential and are never released to unauthorized persons.
Student admission and academic records are released to another person or institution only with the written consent of the student, and are made available only to authorized persons designated by the consent form.
No transcript of a student's record will be released until all financial obligation to World Trinity University have been satisfied.

Transfer Students and Credits

A student transferring to World Trinity University from another academic institution may transfer work for which he received at least a [C] for the undergraduate level, or [B] for graduate level. In addition to the minimum grade level on transfer work, each course to be transferred must apply to the student's program of study. World Trinity University reserves the right to accept or reject credits or degrees from any non accredited institution. It is the policy of World Trinity University that the last 32 semester hours of regular course work must be done with World Trinity University.