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Good Standing

To remain an active student after admission, students must be in good standing. Good standing means the student is making satisfactory academic progress (see “Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress”) and has no outstanding debts to the university.

Students who are not in good standing may not be allowed to register for classes. If they have finished their coursework, students who owe money to the university receive their degree but are unable to receive a copy of their official transcript.