Academic Recovery Program
The Academic Recovery Program is a mandatory support program for all students on academic probation (AP), as well as students who are readmitted from suspension (RS).
The overall goal of the Academic Recovery Program is to retain and return these students to good academic standing. The program is designed to promote effective academic practices and behaviors. Students are enrolled in the three-credit course Learning Strategies for Academic Success. The students are identified each semester by the Registrar through the BANNER System.
Learning Strategies for Academic Success is a mandatory support class for all students on academic probation as well as students who are readmitted from suspension. However, this class is open to all students who wish to improve their learning/study skills. The objective of this course is to promote effective academic practices and social behaviors. If the student on academic probation or readmitted suspension does not pass the class with a “C” grade or higher, he/she may be recommended for academic suspension or dismissal. The student must retake the class upon returning to the University.
The general assembly meeting for AP and RS students is the first week of the fall and spring semester. At the meeting, packets of information are distributed to the students. This information includes the academic calendar, campus support programs, and the Academic Recovery Agreement.