An Academic Recovery Plan for students on Academic Warning or Academic Probation consists of the following components:
- Maximum enrollment of 14 hours per semester.
- Retake any failed class(es) offered that semester.
- Enrollment in Study Skills with a personal tutor.
- Restrictions on online or focused classes.
- Limitations on extra-curricular leadership positions.
Within the components, the Academic Advisor may customize the plan based on the student’s needs. This will be decided on a case-by-case basis.
Copies of the plan will be kept in the files of the Head Tutor, the Financial Aid Office, and the Registrar. The student’s tutor will meet with and counsel the student throughout the semester to ensure that the student follows the ARP. If a tutor finds that the student is not following the ARP, the Head Tutor will notify the student’s Academic Advisor to provide further counseling to the student.
At the end of each semester, the Head Tutor will report each student’s ARP success to the Financial Aid Office. The Financial Aid Office will notify the student of their status after each semester. If the student did not follow the plan or meet the outcomes, the student automatically will be placed on suspension.
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