The Spring 2016 academic progress audit is scheduled to begin Monday May 23. During the week of May 23 – 27, the LAS Student Academic Affairs Office at 2002 Lincoln Hall will be open on a limited basis: the Admissions and Records Officer (ARO) unit will not be available for walk-ins, but we will have staff answering phones and assisting students with pressing issues. The LAS Access and Achievement Program (AAP) Office will be closed May 23-27.
Spring 2016 grades will be available to students on Saturday May 21. All students will be able to access their posted grades online and will see an academic status displayed (good standing, probation, or drop).
NOTE: these are computer-assigned academic standings and are NOT FINAL. Students are advised of the provisional character of the academic standing notation when viewing their grades, via the following message:
|UIUC Students: IMPORTANT NOTICE:|
|The academic standing displayed on May 21, 2016 as a result of your Spring 2016 reported grades is provisional. Your college office is currently reviewing academic standing for all students. Reviews will be complete and results posted on the web for viewing May 27 at 5 PM.
If you have questions about your academic standing after that time, please contact your college office.
Anxiety prompts many students to contact the College and advisors during this period between posting of grades and final determination of academic status. No information regarding academic status, including confirmation of what is listed provisionally, is to be offered by telephone, due to FERPA concerns.
However, here is some information:
*Students who are confirmed or placed on academic drop status by the College during its review will be informed by e-mail only.
“Students who are confirmed on drop status will receive an email notification after 5 pm on Friday May 27. Dropped students who are eligible to appeal for immediate reinstatement will receive instructions with that email notification.”
*All students who have been confirmed on probation as a result of the College review will receive an e-mail message from the College advising them of this fact, and indicating their minimum GPA requirement on 12 graded credit hours which must be earned in the next term. Also, those for whom special action is required, such as seeing an assistant dean or advisor to sign an Academic Advising Agreement, will have an explicit note regarding this requirement in their e-mail.
Grade Replacement: The Registrar’s Office may take several weeks to update student academic records with grade replacement information after Spring2016 grade roll; please ask inquiring students to be patient.