Dismissal Process Guidelines

Please click on the tabs above for information on the dismissal process guidelines.

UConn Reporting Policies

If you submit an appeal, please know while we will make every effort to review your application as soon as possible, it may not be reviewed immediately upon receipt. Please also remember that our staff members are responsible reporters for Title IX issues; any information you submit in this application is subject to UConn reporting policies. If you feel you need more immediate assistance or support, we encourage you to reach out to the Dean of Students Office. In addition, if you have concerns related to sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence and/or stalking, we encourage you to review the resources and reporting options available at: https://titleix.uconn.edu

Incomplete Grades

Please keep in mind that should you have any incomplete grades, such as I, X or N,  your GPA will be calculated using the grades that are posted. Each incomplete grade will carry a GPA of 0.0.  If no final grades are posted, you will be considered to have a semester GPA of 0.0.

If you complete your outstanding work and a final grade is posted, this may raise your grade point average above the minimum standards required for you to be in good standing. In such a case, the Registrar will recalculate your GPA and your probationary status will be rescinded. If a grade change puts you in good standing any time during the dismissal review period please email advising@uconn.edu to report your updated status.

If the incomplete grade or grades remain on your transcript during the dismissal appeal period, please keep in mind that when reviewing your appeal, advisors will take into account the impact on your subsequent semester’s workload that having to complete courses from the previous semester will have.