Reinstated Student Program
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Reinstated Student Program?
In an effort to increase retention and academic success, all students who have been reinstated to the university following academic dismissal are required to meet with a Academic Support Center staff member and enter into an academic plan as part of the terms of their reinstatement. Students are assessed in the areas of study skills, note-taking, time management, test-taking, motivation, goal setting, self-responsibility and college involvement.
When should I contact the ASC to set up my Academic Plan?
Contact the ASC during the first week classes to set up your first Success Consultation.
How often will I meet with a staff member from the ASC?
This will be determined during your first appointment. Students generally meet with their Reinstatement Advisor every other week, however, it is not uncommon to meet more or less frequently depending on the needs of the student.
What happens if I don't make an appointment or follow the Academic Plan?
Students who fail to fulfill the obligations outlined in the Reinstated Student Agreement will have a hold placed on their academic record.
Policy for Academic Warning/Probation/Dismissal
View the complete policy here
Reinstated Student Program Annual Report
Review the AY14 Reinstated Student Program annual report here.