Academic Warning students are those who have earned a semester GPA of less than a 2.0, while maintaining a cumulative GPA of a 2.0 or higher. If your cumulative GPA falls below 2.0, you are then placed on academic probation.
Take action now to improve your GPA and reduce your risk of being placed on academic probation or dismissed from the University.
Know the specific academic deadlines, policies, and procedures relating to your academic status, course withdrawal, course repeats, course registration and major program application and admission.
Your advisor is your best source. At a minimum, you should meet with your advisor once a semester.
Explore career options, receive assistance building a resume, job search, or to find a major that fits your career description.
Workshops at the Julia N. Visor Academic Center cover various topics, including communicating with professors and overcoming test anxiety.
Go to office hours, ask questions and talk with your instructors. It is your responsibility to read and know your course syllabi.