- A grade-point average of 2.00 is required for continued enrollment. Students falling below this minimum are subject to the probation and dismissal policies of the University.
- The School for Continuing and Professional Studies employs a time-intensive schedule, therefore absence from class meetings is discouraged and must be reported to the individual instructor. Repeated absences may cause students to be placed on probation or dropped from the School for Continuing and Professional Studies.
- Written notification is required for withdrawal from any course in which a student is registered. The student completes the withdrawal form available in Records and Registration Services. (A student who withdraws from a course without written notification is responsible for all tuition and fees involved and will receive a course grade of F.)
- If a student wishes to withdraw from the School for Continuing and Professional Studies, a withdrawal form signed by the faculty advisor and the Dean of the School for Continuing and Professional Studies is submitted to the Records and Registration and the Financial Services departments.
- Students who withdraw from the School for Continuing and Professional Studies in good academic standing may be readmitted by applying to the Admission Office using a readmit form. Students who are dropped from the School for Continuing and Professional Studies for falling below the minimum 2.0 GPA must contact the Dean of the School for Continuing and Professional Studies for a readmission decision.
- Application for graduation is filed according to the deadlines announced by the director of Records and Registration services. Degrees are awarded three times a year December, May and August.
- Transcripts of work done at Saint Xavier University and transferred credits are kept on file in the Records and Registration Services. A fee of $5 will be assessed for transcripts and are sent only on the personal request of the student. (Pub. Law 93-380.)
To obtain a degree at Saint Xavier University, students must complete at least 120 credit hours of college work. In all programs, at least 48 of these credits are taken in the liberal arts and sciences core and the remainder in major and supportive courses.
- Matriculated Student: a student who is admitted into the University and pursuing one of the degree programs.
- Incomplete Admission: a student who has applied for admission into the University but who has not yet matriculated.
- Student-at-Large: a student who has not applied for admission into the University and is not enrolled in a degree program but who is taking individual courses or a sequence of courses in the School for Continuing and Professional Studies.