For students who have been placed on scholastic warning or probation, or who have been subject to dismissal, the University has developed a program to support their future academic success.
|Required Student Actions||Additional Information|
Students must plan to take no more than 14 credits of classes in the probationary semester.
|Students who are registered for more than 14 credits after the 10th day of classes will have their schedules revised by the University.|
|Academic Recovery and Engagement Plan (AREP):
Students must complete an Academic Recovery and Engagement Plan. Students will not be able to register for courses for the following semester until they have completed the AREP and met with an Academic Recovery Advisor. An EOD (Enrollment Only, Drop) hold will placed on student accounts until they have completed these requirements. The Academic Recovery Advisor lifts the EOD hold once the AREP is completed and the meeting with the Academic Recovery Advisor has taken place.
|Link to the Academic Recovery and Engagement Plan form here|
|Mandatory Academic Recovery Meeting:
After completing the Academic Recovery and Engagement Plan (AREP), students are required to meet with an Academic Recovery advisor in their academic advising or student services center to discuss the implementation of their academic recovery and engagement plan. Students will not be able to register for courses for the following semester until they have completed the AREP and met with an Academic Recovery Advisor.
|Academic Recovery advisor contacts are listed below.|
|Outreach and Engagement:
Students are encouraged to connect with offices on campus who can support their academic recovery.
|Go to the Advising website for a list of academic and other student support services available. Your Academic Recovery advisor can also help you identify the resources most appropriate for you.|
Additional Important Information to Keep in Mind
- While on warning or probation, students may be subject to additional requirements and restrictions as established by their school, college, or regional campus. Therefore, early contact with an Academic Recovery advisor is essential so that students can begin working on a plan that will enable their future success.
- Students who become subject to dismissal after failing to meet minimum academic standards for two consecutive semesters, and who appeal to remain at the University, will need to show that they have completed all parts of their Academic Recovery and Engagement Plan.
- Students who have learning challenges, mental health diagnoses, physical health ailments, or other circumstances which impact on their ability to be academically successful will need to provide evidence that they are registered with the Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD). Should a student seek a late class withdrawal, or continuation at the University upon being subject to dismissal, these are considered academic accommodations and the University cannot support their request if they are not registered with the CSD.