Academic Standing

At the end of each semester, your academic standing is newly assessed based on the courses you have taken.

Not assessed You have attempted fewer than 3.0 credits, and have not been assessed.
Good standing You have achieved a cumulative GPA of 1.60 or higher.
Academic probation You have a cumulative GPA below 1.60 or are returning from an academic suspension. In your next semester, you are permitted to take up to 2.0 credits (maximum).
Academic probation continues Your CGPA is below 1.60, but you have shown improvements in your last semester. You have achieved a sessional GPA of 1.60 or higher. Course load restriction is removed; you may take a standard course load if you wish.
Academic suspension In your most recent semester, you did not clear probation or achieve a sessional GPA of 1.60 or higher. For the term of your suspension, you are not eligible to enrol in courses.
Refused further registration No longer permitted to enrol at the University of Toronto.


GPA scale, grades, and percentages defined.
Sounds obvious, right? But there's more to it than you think! Your grade point average at the end of a semester can impact your academic standing.
If you have strong reasons to believe that your final grade was not calculated correctly, submit a clerical check to have it recalculated.
As you get accustomed to the pace of the academic rigor at UTSC, find the right program, and make connections, we hope that you take advantage of services on campus to support your success.
An academic suspension is enforced after a student on academic probation or continuing on academic probation does not achieve a sessional GPA of 1.