Current Grad Students

STUDENT ORGANIZATION:

The Computer Science Graduate Student Association meets throughout the academic year.  It's a good opportunity to get to know faculty and other grad students..  Follow this link to learn more about the CSGSA:  http://www.cs.kent.edu/~csgsa/

Deadlines

Forms & Guidelines

Degree Requirements, planning and Road Maps

Academic Standing

Maintaining Good Academic Standing is a university requirement and graduate students are expected to maintain a minimum 3.0 grade point average (GPA) at all time. Additionally, a graduate student who receives more than 8 credit hours of grades lower than B (3.0) or more than 4 credit hours of grades lower than C (2.0) is subject to dismissal. The department takes one of the following actions if a student does not maintain Good Standing.

  1. A warning notice will be given at any time to a student who receives a grade lower than B (3.0). The student must get advisor’s approval to take courses. The student can not take more than 9 credit hours per semester.
  2. A Probation notice will be given at any time to a student whose GPA is less than 3.0 OR the student has two courses with grades lower than B (3.0). The student must get advisor’s approval to take courses. The student can not take more than 9 credit hours during the Probationary Period. The student will be notified of dismissal for the following semester if Good Standing is not obtained/maintained during the Probationary Period.
  3. A Dismissal notice will be given at any time to a student if the student receives more than 8 credit hours of grades lower than B (3.0) OR more than 4 credit hours of grades lower than C (2.0) OR student's GPA stays below 3.0 for more than 2 semesters OR Good Standing is not obtained after the Probationary Period.