If you do not raise your cumulative grade point average to a 2.00 or better, you will be dismissed from the University. Please refer to the Undergraduate Catalog for more details about academic probation or contact your Academic Advisor.
The University does not dismiss as a result of summer session grades. However, if your cumulative grade point average is below a 2.00, summer session will count as a semester on academic probation.
You must contact the instructor of the class that you believe has listed the incorrect grade. If warranted, the instructor will complete a "Change of Grade" form, and submit that to the Records Office. The Records Office will notify University College once the change has been made. University College cannot act upon any grade changes until the changes are actually processed on your academic record. Please be aware that grade changes do take some time. If you have been dismissed from Illinois State, it is highly recommended that you file a petition for reinstatement even though you are expecting a grade change.
Grades and letters regarding academic probation are sent to the student's home address that is provided by the student and posted on My.IllinoisState.edu. Please contact the Registrar Service Center to change your address, or go to My.IllinoisState.edu to access your grades and to change your address.
Due to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, we are unable to provide you with your student's grades unless your student has given the University permission to release that information to you. Please discuss this policy with your student. You can learn more about "Confidentiality of Student Records" in the Undergraduate Catalog. You can contact the University Registrar's office with questions or to receive more information about this policy at 309-438-2188.