The Graduate School may terminate a student's degree candidacy for any of the following reasons:
- a student is not making satisfactory academic or research progress, as outlined by the satisfactory academic progress policy, despite warnings;
- a student fails to return to enrollment after an approved leave has ended;
- a Ph.D. student has failed the general examination or final public oral two times;
- an ET/DCC student has informed the department or the Graduate School of the decision not to complete degree requirements and submit a dissertation; or
- an ET/DCC student has not been in regular contact with the adviser, committee, or academic department; has not made progress towards completing degree; and more than five years have passed from the date the student passed the general examination.
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