Academic Suspension means that you have failed to meet the academic standards for continued enrollment. (It is also possible to be suspended for other reasons that are not addressed here.) Upon suspension, you are dis-enrolled from any classes that you have registered for. You can appeal your suspension by following the procedure explained in the letter you received from the Registrar. As a UCOL student, your appeal will be handled in University College. If, in our opinion, your academic situation is such that there is a likelihood of success if you continue, we will readmit you; usually we include conditions concerning the number of hours you will take and the support services that you will make use of. We may also recommend that you consider completing a 2-year associate’s degree at a community college or stopping out for two years, both of which may be preferable solutions to the problem you have.