Academic Recovery and Engagement Plan (AREP)

Students who are on scholastic warning or probation:

  • Course Registration: Students should plan to take no more than 14 credits of classes during the probationary semester.
  • Academic Recovery and Engagement Plan: Students must complete the AREP and then meet with an academic recovery advisor.
  • Academic Recovery Advisor Meeting: Students on scholastic warning or probation will have a registration hold (“EOD” hold) on your account. In order to have this hold removed and to be able to register for classes for the upcoming semester, students must meet with their Academic Recovery Advisor in their advising or student services center.
  • Additional Requirements: The student’s school/college or your regional campus student services director may establish additional requirements and restrictions that will be communicated to the student.

Student link to Academic Recovery and Engagement Plan