Students in Health and Human Services who are undecided or in academic difficulty can obtain academic advising, career and study skills resources, and referrals to other campus offices here. The location and contact information for the HHS Office Academic
Support Services is provided at the end of this page.
Academic good standing — the student has a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0.
Probation — Any student with a grade point average less than a 2.0 is placed on academic probation. A student who is not in good academic standing could be dismissed if grades do not improve.
Academic recovery — The purpose of academic recovery is to assist students who have been placed on academic probation as a result of unsatisfactory academic achievement. Students on probation must meet with the graduate assistant in the
college Academic Support Center and/or the director of Academic Planning and Assessment to develop an individualized plan to improve academic performance.
Individualized improvement plan — Students on probation must develop this plan with the Academic Support Center. The plan outlines activities and behaviors that the student must carry out as well as goals the student must meet in order
to improve grades. Students showing satisfactory progress towards meeting their academic goals may appeal for extension of probation if they should find themselves needing a second semester of probation or if they are pending dismissal based on their
cumulative grade point average.
Dr. Sally McCombie Office of Dean's Associate
Mrs. Beverly Mastalski Administrative Assistant
Dr. Sally McCombie will be assisted by three graduate assistants, who will meet on a regular basis with students on probation.
Please check back regularly for helpful resources. Students on probation can find information about academic recovery on the Academic Recovery form in the
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