I was accepted back in December and was wondering how much they look at senior grades. My school is on the Trimester system and first term I received a C in BC calculus and a B+ in AP Bio. Then second term I received a B- in BC calculus and a B+ in Spanish 4. Will this cause them to reconsider my acceptance? Thanks in advance for any help.
this is from the website:
The University of Michigan expects all aspects of your academic performance and conduct in your senior year to be consistent with the record you presented upon admission. Any significant decline in your academic performance, such as three or more C's, any D's, E's or F's, may be cause for revoking admission. Declining grades or a significant change in curriculum may also be cause for revoking admission. Although senior year grades are reported directly to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and reviewed, it is your responsibility to advise OUA of any serious decline in grades or changes in course selections previously entered on your application. Please note that transfer students are also subject to revocation if their course work completed before the intended term of enrollment at U-M does not meet our academic standards.
It is also important that you maintain high standards of behavior and conduct. Misconduct that occurs or comes to light after your admission, such as disciplinary action at your high school/college that leads to suspension or expulsion, criminal charges or convictions, or other serious behavioral incidents may be cause for revoking admission.
on the website, go to the office of undergraduate admissions. On the left, you will be able to click on knowledgebase - ask us. Type in the key words "revoke admission" and that's where I found the info which I placed on this forum
I was accepted to UofM College of Engineering in December but 3 days ago I got an email from the grade review saying that there was a "serious decline in my academic performance." I finished my senior year with one D in Calc BC and the rest were A's and B's. I sent an email as soon as I could telling them that I became too involved in extracurricular activities (which is true) and that it was a mistake taking on more than I could handle. How likely is it that I'll be revoked?