Students on academic probation are required to meet regularly throughout the semester with an academic advisor in the office.
The probation program is designed to provide information, answers, and suggestions to assist students with improving their academic performance. It is, however, only one tool that is available to help improve and maintain good grades. Students are always encouraged to maintain good communication with their professors and teaching assistants. In addition, there are a number of campus resources available to help students achieve success:
For more information about the Probation Program or for other resources, please contact Alison Levey at 574-631-3863.