If you get below a 2.0 GPA (Grade Point Average) in college, it typically means that you have not met the minimum academic standards required to remain in good academic standing at the institution.
Depending on the college’s policies, you may be placed on academic probation, which means that you will have to meet certain requirements in order to continue attending the college. These requirements may include achieving a minimum GPA, attending tutoring or academic advising sessions, or limiting the number of courses you take per semester.
If you fail to meet the requirements of academic probation or continue to perform poorly, you may be at risk of academic dismissal from the college. This would mean that you are no longer allowed to attend the institution and may need to transfer to another college or take time off to improve your academic performance.
It’s important to note that a low GPA can also impact your ability to receive financial aid, scholarships, or internships, as well as your future career opportunities. Therefore, it’s important to take steps to improve your academic performance and seek support from academic advisors or tutors if needed.