Academic Probation Agreement

As part of this agreement, UD students must complete the EDUC-X158 Culture of College on academic trial. If EDUC-X158 is closed, you can take EDUC-X156 College and Life Long Learning or EDUC-X150 Becoming Your Best Student. If you have already taken EDUC-X158, sign a Phoenix program agreement with your advisor. Resilience and Rebound – In this video, we go straight to the source and receive some ideas and strategies from students who knew what it was like to fight academically and get to the top. Are you on parole or do you have questions about university status? We`re here to answer your questions and help you get on the right track. “Hearing other students talk about their period of academic probation and all the things that led to this point was very inspiring and reassured me that anything was possible when you had faith and determination. After leaving that meeting, I knew I could do it, I couldn`t make the same mistakes as in the previous semester. Shelby Warning parole. If your NMU GPA falls below 2.00, but it is at least 1.70, you are placed on warning probation (WP). While you are on WP, you should not be suspended academically. Based on the following academic results and surrogacy, you will be: This is an agreement between Northern Michigan University (“the University”) and you. By signing this document, you acknowledge that you have been released on parole by the university due to a total average of grades below 2.00 (NMU`s overall GPA includes only grades from NMU courses and not transfer grades or other grades from non-NMU sources). Academic Good Standing at NMU is a combination of 2.00 NMU GPA. NOTE: “GPA NMU”, referred to in the rest of the document, refers to the overall amplification of the NMU described above.

This Phoenix Program Success Seminar offers a structured and supportive environment in which students improve time management, learn new learning skills, and identify career goals. Small classes, which consist of only 16 to 19 trial students, are acquired jointly by an instructor and a university probation student and trained to become a classroom teacher. Students meet personally with the AI and peer instructor to plan their individual success strategies. As a UD student at the university, you must sign a probation agreement for the Phoenix program with your academic advisor for the first four weeks of the semester. You must then meet the conditions of your agreement to register for the courses during the pre-registration period. . . .