Many students experience some form of academic difficulty during their college career. For some students, they may simply struggle through a class or two or through a single term. For others, academic difficulty may be more severe and/or long lasting.
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Students facing academic difficulty are influenced by various factors and knowledge of these factors is invaluable to the success of the student. It is important for students to gain as much information as possible about their individual academic situation and based on this information develop a plan to return to good academic standing. Students may complete these steps by doing the following:
- meet with an academic advisor
- assess the severity of their grade point average deficit,
- know what courses should be taken (or repeated),
- be aware of the grades needed to clear probationary status, and
- develop a study schedule and routine that will provide both the structure and support needed to concentrate on improving their academic performance.
The College of Arts & Sciences Center for Advising and Student Services offers a program that may assist you in improving your academic status. Program participants are assigned an advisor or counselor with whom educational goals are established as well as a plan for utilizing the necessary campus resources.
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Academic good standing for the College of Arts & Sciences is a 2.00 GPA.
The REACH center provides tutoring for courses, the Math Center, and exam reviews. Call 852-7516 or go to Strickler Hall 107 for more information.
To learn more about your academic status and resources available to you, please review the information below:
What is your Academic status?
- Good standing is GPA greater than or equal to 2.0
- Warning status is first time that your GPA falls below a 2.0 you need to meet with an advisor
- Probation status is when you have a GPA of less than 2.0
- 1st Suspension Cumulative GPA of less than 2.0 or semester GPA of less than 2.0 -
- You may not take any classes at another University (including JCC) during a period of suspension. They will not be accepted by UofL upon re-admission to UofL.
- 2nd Suspension Cumulative GPA of less than 2.0 or semester GPA of less than 2.0
- 2nd suspension you will be dismissed if you have a cumulative GPA of less than 2.0 and semester GPA of less than 2.0
- Find out more about determining your academic status here.
- You will find a complete copy of the College's academic status regulations in the current Undergraduate Catalog.
Please contact the Center for Advising and Student Services at 852-5502 to schedule an appointment with an advisor and start your academic recovery.