Academic Recovery Plan

  • Students not meeting the 2.00 CGPA standard must design and implement a comprehensive plan leading to Academic Good Standing. The plan must be developed with and approved by the appropriate Academic Standards Officer (or designee).

    Analysis: Students must identify the factors causing their unsatisfactory achievement.

    Planning: Plans must include a schedule of minimum grades needed to achieve academic good standing.

    Commitment: Students must commit to the changes in behavior necessary to achieve academic success. This might include changes in time management, career exploration, and the use of such support services as academic advisors, tutoring, the Writing Center, the Counseling Center, the University College, workshops on study skills and related activities, and any other opportunities deemed important by the Academic Standards Officer (or designee).

    Documentation: Each plan must include a satisfactory method of documentation. It is the student’s responsibility to provide documentation supporting compliance with the agreed-upon plan, if requested.

    Re-enrollment

    Students dismissed under this policy may not be re-enrolled for at least one calendar year.

    Dismissed students may, after one calendar year, apply for re-enrollment through the Office of the Registrar.

    Those students who, in the opinion of the appropriate Academic Standards Officer, are likely to achieve academic success may be re-enrolled.

    Students may be re-enrolled only once under this policy. Subsequent re-enrollment may be available under the Canceled Semester Policy or the Fresh Start Policy.

    A decision for re-enrollment of a student in probationary or dismissed status, regardless of whether the student was dismissed by the university or the student voluntarily withdrew, is the responsibility of the Academic Standards Officer of the college the student wishes to enter. If the student is seeking admission to a new college, the Academic Standards Officer of the admitting college must consult with the Academic Standards Officer of the college which dismissed the student. The Office of the Registrar will officially change the major based on the Academic Standards Officer’s re-enrollment letter to the student.

    A decision for re-enrollment of a student enrolled at a regional campus at the time of dismissal or voluntary withdrawal, regardless of whether the student was dismissed by the university or the student voluntarily withdrew, is the responsibility of the Academic Standards Officer of the regional campus.

    For additional information refer to the Undergraduate Catalog.

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