Rules for grades in fratby: Albert Einstein
#1 by: FLUNKED ALL YOUR CLASSES?
You haven't officially flunked out until the semester's over. The next semester though you are no longer a student and are no longer an active fraternity member at that point. Depending on how much the active brothers like you at that point, especially the decision makers in office, they might let you continue to do stuff but you still have to pay for it like everybody else because formals and parties are not free.
#2 by: Guess what
Sigma chi requires that a member has to have a 3.0 to participate in any formal, semi- formal, date party or swap. If a member has had 1.9 or lower, he is on academic probation with the university as well as most fraternities. He shouldn’t be allowed to participate. The wilder frats will let him participate until he is no longer a student.
#3 by: Kris
In order to stay in school and not kicked out after two less than stellar semesters, a student must show improvement. A minimum GPA is a 2.0 in order to be a student in good standing. If you have less than a 2.0, you will be required to retake classes you made a D in. So basically you could be a student here three years but failed so many classes that you have to retake freshman and sophomore classes. Most parents who are paying money to allow you to attend college would make you drop out with that many failing grades. However, a lot of parents have FOMO for their kids and keep allowing their failing kid to continue going to school until he/she is expelled.
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