Are You in Good Academic Standing?
New Academic Standing Rule
Effective for undergraduate students enrolled for the first time in Fall 2014 and onwards
Academic Standing Warning Hold
- Occurs if your GPA falls below 2.0 and it is your first semester
- Registration is not allowed with hold
What should I do to remove the hold? What if I am enrolled for Spring 2015 and receive a warning hold?
Note: New academic policy does not apply to returning students whose first term at FAMU is prior to Fall 2014.
- See your academic advisor
- Devise an academic plan of study
For more information see your academic advisor and visit the Registrar website at www.famu.edu/Registrar. Click on General Regulations, and then select Academic Progress Policy.
WE WISH YOU A SUCCESSFUL SEMESTER!
Notification for Undergraduate Students
Economic Security Report
Pursuant to section 1001.706(5)(d) of the Florida Statutes regarding the Board of Governors Powers and Duties relating to accountability, “beginning in the 2014-2015 academic year and annually thereafter, the Board of Governors requires Florida A&M University to provide each enrolled student electronic access to the economic security report of employment and earning outcomes prepared by the Department of Economic Opportunity pursuant to s. 445.07 prior to registration. The two documents (Economic Security Report and System Summary Post-Graduation Employment Outcomes) required in 1001.706(5)(d), F.S. are posted on the Board of Governors website at: http://www.flbog.edu/forstudents/planning/. Please note that these documents will be updated annually. You may click on the document-links below to review the current reports.
The University Registrar is the official custodian of academic records and the keeper of the university seal at Florida A&M University. The general functions of the university registrar are to assist in planning and executing academic policies and programs; provide for administration of policies and regulations pertaining to the academic status of students; provide for planning and executing orderly registration and graduation of students; develop the academic calendar, semester schedule of classes and final examination schedules; maintain and secure of student records; and provide counseling and certification to students and dependents of veterans receiving veteran benefits.
The specific responsibilities of the office are to collect and maintain academic information; conduct registration for regular degree-seeking and non-degree seeking students and continuing education students; process requests for veteran benefits; process the graduation of degree-seeking students; process change of grades and acceptance of transfer credits; prepare and distribute transcripts; maintain accurate academic, historical, biographical, and directory information; provide information and data for use and review by college deans, planning directors, vice presidents, the President, the Board of Governors, U.S. Department of Education, and other authorized personnel and agencies.