Any student who demonstrates failure to make academic progress by failing a course and/or failing to complete all requirements set forth by LMU-DCOM will be placed on academic probation. The student will remain on probation until the specified course(s), modules, rotations, or semester(s) have been successfully remediated. Once the specified failures have been resolved, the student will be removed from academic probation and placed on academic warning for the remainder of enrollment at LMU- DCOM.
Students on academic probation may not:
- Hold any leadership positions in student clubs, organizations, or student government
- Serve as a member of an LMU-DCOM committee
- Receive LMU-DCOM funding for travel to local or national medically related conferences
Once the student is removed from academic probation and placed on academic warning, they are eligible to resume participation in the above-mentioned extracurricular activities. Participation in events outside of academic requirements should not interfere with the student’s academic responsibilities. Therefore, students should use discretion when participating in events.