Academic Recovery Program (ARP)
The Center for Student Success (CFSS) offers the Academic Recovery Plan (ARP) to help students who are on academic probation return to good academic standing.
Students on academic probation must design a personal plan to address their academic standing. Each probation student must attend a meeting with a Student Success professional during the first fifteen days of the semester of probation. The purpose of the meeting is to design an individual plan for success.
Components of the ARP include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Enrollment in IDS 1150: "Learning Strategies"
- Probation students who have not previously earned a "C" or higher in IDS 1150 must enroll in this class. Registration for IDS 1150 will be facilitated by the CFSS staff and is mandatory.
- Participation in "Making the Grade" workshop(s)
- Follow-up meetings with Student Success professionals
- Consultation with the student's academic advisor
Students on academic probation who fail to comply with the ARP will meet personally with the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs/Director of the Center for Student Success.