Academic Improvement Steps

"I've been informed I am on Academic Warning/Probation...what do I need to do next?"  

Receiving the news that you are on Academic Warning or Academic Probation can feel discouraging. Many students struggle academically for different reasons and we want to help support your academic success. Please know that you are not alone! We are here to help position you for success as you continue your academic pursuits at Southern! 

1. ACADEMIC SELF-ASSESSMENT:

Once you sign up for your Academic Improvement Meeting, your next step is to submit your Academic Self-Assessment. This assessment will take you 10-15 minutes to complete. The information you provide in this assessment will allow us to best help you develop a plan for success!

Be sure to submit your assessment PRIOR to attending your Academic Improvement Meeting.

CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE YOUR ACADEMIC SELF-ASSESSMENT

 

2. ACADEMIC IMPROVEMENT MEETING:

To help get you started on your path toward Good Standing, you are required to schedule and attend an Academic Improvement Meeting with an Advising Specialist as soon as possible. The purpose of this meeting is to help you understand the details and implications of your academic standing and make any necessary changes to your academic degree plan. The Advising Specialists are eager to support you as you work toward improving your GPA and getting back in Good Standing!

Schedule your Academic Improvement Meeting (AIM)

1. Click the "Schedule Academic Improvement Meeting" button below

2. Under "What type of appointment would you like to schedule?"...select "Academic Warning and Probation".

3. Follow the remaining prompts in the system.

NOTE: If you experience any issues in trying to schedule this appointment, please contact us immediately.

Schedule Your Academic Improvement Meeting  

 

3. ACADEMIC SUCCESS PROGRAM

You are required to register for and complete an Academic Success Program offered by the Center for Academic Success and Accessibility Services (CASAS). Each program offers support and guidance for how to be academically successful. However, they are provided in different formats to allow you to find the one that best fits your learning style.

You will sign up for an Academic Success Program during your AIM with an Advising Specialist (above).