Student Records/Academic Status
Records personnel assist students in filing course duplications, computing grade point averages, removing incomplete (*I*) grades, and posting transfer credit on continuing students. Counseling is provided in regard to a student's academic status including good standing, probation, and suspension. Students may inspect their permanent records with proper identification during academic status counseling.
Students must achieve a minimum cumulative grade point average, referred to as the minimum UNT-CGPA requirement, to remain in good academic standing. At the end of the first term of enrollment at UNT, the minimum UNT-CGPA requirement is 1.8. In each subsequent term of enrollment, the minimum UNT-CGPA requirement is 2.0. Learn more about the UNT academic standard.
A student may take a course a second or subsequent time. The Registrar’s Office will post duplications at the request of the student, at the request of an academic advisor or upon review of the student’s record. Once a duplication of a UNT course is posted by the Registrar’s Office, the first instance of the UNT course will be excluded from the student’s UNT-CGPA, cumulative record of hours attempted and grade points earned. Undergraduate students who enroll in the same course more than twice may be charged additional tuition amounts. Learn more about course duplications.
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