Academic Plans (AP)
Academic Plans are designed to provide the student with the specific course outcomes (grades) necessary to meet the eligibility standards by the proposed review period, and the specific behaviors, practices, and activities, the student should engage in to achieve those outcomes. While every ARP is catered to the student, it could include stipulations to:
- ·Reduce the course load. It is recommended that a student with a GPA less than 2.0 take maximum of 13 hours until such time as the GPA recovers.
- ·Repeat failed courses.
- ·Attend mandatory academic support services, academic advising appointments, and instructor office hours for the duration of the probationary period.
- ·Participation and completion of the U-Turn Program, SLS classes, and other programs.
How do I receive my academic plan (AP)?
This process is managed by the College of Undergraduate Studies. The academic progress is provided to the Office of Financial Aid at the end of every semester which student is on SAP.