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Not to be confused with academic probation which is the initial probationary period in the employment of an academic, or disciplinary probation which is the result of a student misconduct rather than academic performance.
- Asa Smallidge Knowles (1977). "scholastic probation". International encyclopedia of higher education 1. Jossey-Bass. ISBN 978-0-87589-324-2.
Examples of university regulations covering scholastic probation
- Office of the Registrar (2006). "Scholastic Probation and Dismissal". University of Texas at Austin.
- "Scholastic Probation and Suspension". Montana State University. 2008.
- Office of Registrar (2006). "Scholastic Probation or Suspension". Texas A&M University–Commerce.
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