Academic Recovery

If you find yourself in academic trouble, do not despair; you can recover. The Academic Advising Center offers a variety of academic recovery programs to assist students who are on Academic Warning, Probation or Conditionally Admitted to Bowie State University (BSU).

Immediate Steps to take for Students on Academic Warning or Probation:

  1. Retake failed courses
  2. Register for no more than 13 credits
  3. Meet with an Academic Advisor
  4. Meet with your Financial Aid Counselor

Conditionally Admitted Students:

  • Register for no more than 13 credits
  • Meet with an Academic Advisor within the first week of the semester
  • Visit the tutoring center
  • Study two hours outside of class for every hour scheduled in class.

Special Advising Services

What is Academic Recovery?

Academic Recovery is for students who do not meet BSU's Satisfactory Performance. Students must design and implement a comprehensive plan leading to satisfactory academic performance. Satisfactory Performance is a cumulative grade point average of 2.00.

What Is An Academic Recovery Plan?

An Academic Recovery Plan (ARP) outlines the student's academic goals for the semester, as well as specific steps that will facilitate academic success. Students are highly encouraged to be committed to their ARP.

In order for your Academic Recovery Plan to be a successful one, you must first identify the factors that caused you to perform unsatisfactorily. Make the necessary changes. Know the grades you need to obtain to raise your GPA and actively participate in the Academic Advisement Center's Recovery Programs.

Academic Recovery Advisor:

Gloria Alexander

Thurgood Library - Lower Level/Suite 082

(301) 860-4065

gcalexander@bowiestate.edu


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