Conditions of Retention


Students who successfully appeal their dismissal or who have been readmitted to the University whose scholastic status is “subject to dismissal” or “dismissal” will be subject to the following scholastic conditions:

  • Students will remain on scholastic probation while either their semester GPA or cumulative GPA is below 2.0.
  • A 14 credit enrollment limit will be placed on the student’s account.
  • A hold will be placed on the student’s StudentAdmin account which will remain in effect until the student has met with an advisor from the Contact List below.
  • Students will be required to complete a Retention Success Plan before meeting with an advisor.
  • Students will be required to meet with an advisor from the Contact List below to discuss any additional scholastic conditions that may be applied to their continuation.
  • Students who receive financial aid may lose their aid for the following semester if they don’t make Satisfactory Academic Progress.  Students who are at risk of losing financial aid will be contacted by the Office of Student Financial Aid Services. Go to Financial Aid and Satisfactory Academic Progress for more information.



Regional Campuses Office/ Contact Email Phone
Avery Point Trudy Flanery 860 405 9024
Hartford Christine Mosman 860 570 9083
Stamford Erica Granoff 203 251 8484
Waterbury Jamie Caruso 203 236 9930
 Office  Email  Phone
Academic Center for Exploratory Students Patricia Harkins 860 486 1788
Bachelor of General Studies (Storrs) Patricia Harkins 860 486 1788
College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources & Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture Office of Academic Programs:
Meagan Ridder or Jillian Ives
Advapp 860 486 2919
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Academic Services Center 860 486 2822
School of Business Office of Undergraduate Advising 860 486 2315
Neag School of Education Ann Traynor 860 486 1354
School of Engineering Whitney Losapio 860 486 0512
School of Fine Arts Eva Gorbants 860 486 3016
School of Nursing Pam Cartledge  860 486 1701
School of Pharmacy Phillip Hritcko 860 486 2216