Army ROTC scholarship (GPA)

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  1. icebattler

    icebattler New Member

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    So this quarter was tough on me and I got below a 2.0 this quarter; however, my cumulative still remains 2.5+ . Do I lose my scholarship for the next quarter, get a warning, or lose my scholarship indefinitely? I am currently a sophomore.
     
  2. Marist College ROTC

    Marist College ROTC Member

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    It depends on the circumstances and how you explain what happened and what remediation you will take.

    The longer you wait to tell your instructor, the less likely it is that this will turn out the way you want.
     
  3. icebattler

    icebattler New Member

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    would that mean getting dis-enrolled from the program? and would the best case scenario be going on academic probation?
     
  4. Jcleppe

    Jcleppe Member

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    I'm pretty sure he means that you need to talk with your instructor ASAP, it's the only way your going to get the answer to the questions your asking.
     
  5. goaliedad

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    As others have said, "Bad news doesn't get any better with age."

    The point here is that you can be dis-enrolled for a variety of reasons, but ultimately if your Cadre think you are not being up-front with things like this you will definitely be dis-enrolled. You should have notified as soon as you knew that a sub 2.0 was a possibility, even for 1 term. No time better than today to rectify this.
     
  6. -Bull-

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    Same as everyone else. Talk to your instructor and the HRA ASAP. Depending on how you can explain the issue will determine the outcome. Most likely you'll have your money suspended for a semester. If your cumulative is a 2.5 you need to get on that issue as well. The AD cutoff line is not getting any lower
     

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