If you find yourself in academic trouble, do not despair; you can recover. The Academic Advising Center offers a variety of academic programs to assist student in need of academic support. Students who are conditionally admitted, on academic warning or probation may benefit from a number of services.
Bulldog Early Success is designed for students who were admitted on a conditional basis due to a SAT or high school GPA that may not meet general admissions requirements. Students who are eligible for this program will receive notification prior to the beginning of the fall semester. During the fall semester, BES participants are expected to participate by meeting the following requirements:
Emerging Learners is designed for students who fall below a 2.0 cumulative GPA after their first semester and are on Academic Warning. The purpose of this program is to facilitate students efforts toward achieving good academic standing. With assistance from an advisor, students are required to create and implement a comprehensive Academic Recovery Plan (ARP).
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. Emerging Learner participants are expected to participate by meeting the following requirements:
Academic Recovery is designed for students who have earned less than a 2.0 cumulative GPA for two consecutive semesters and are on Academic Probation. The purpose of this program is to facilitate student success toward achieving good academic standing to avoid Academic Dismissal from the University. Students on Academic Probation are usually at risk of financial aid suspension and may face limitations with on-campus housing. The AAC mediates certain requirements that may be a condition of financial aid or on-campus housing reinstatement agreements. Participants in the Academic Recovery program are expected to meet the following requirements:
Student Lingo is a free on-demand series of student success workshops that are available online 24/7. Students are engaged in interactive learning modules that focus on strengthening study skills and overall academic performance. Students who are enrolled in academic improvement programs with the Academic Advising Center or Rebound Program are encouraged to complete at least two online learning modules prescribed in your Academic Recovery Plan. Registration is required for each module. Students are expected to complete prescribed modules and print out a certificate of completion for submission to your Academic Recovery Advisor or Rebound Coordinator.
Online Learning modules include the following:
Tip: You may complete modules in one sitting or logging back in to resume where you left off.