Students placed on academic probation for the first time, have a $100 fee placed on their Bursar account. Academic probation is serious and can lead to disqualification.
The fee pays for support programs to assist a student in getting off of academic probation. Data from the probationary programs shows that students that engage in the programs are more likely to increase their cumulative GPA, reduce their B deficit, and enroll at the UA the following semester.
Information about these programs may be sent directly to the student’s University email address.
There are three programs available. Each college assigns a student to a program based on the needs of the students enrolled in the college.
Pathway to Academic Student Success (PASS): College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, College of Education, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Eller College of Management, Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, Pre-Physiology Major
The PASS Program offers individual meetings with a peer mentor and an eight week workshop series. Students will develop an individualized plan to enhance the skills necessary to becoming a successful UA student.
Wildcat Track: College of Fine Arts, College of Nursing, College of Letters, Arts & Science
The Wildcat Track program includes visits with a Learning Specialist and connections to other THINK TANK services to assist students on their path to becoming a successful UA student.
Online Rebound: College of Humanities, School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture, UA South
The Online Rebound program consists of modules that students complete over the course of the semester. The Program is designed specifically to assist students in developing and refining the skills necessary to becoming a successful UA student.
Students on academic probation are encouraged to contact their Academic Advisor to learn more.
For more information on the Academic Recovery program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a student in the College of Education, College of Engineering or the Sciences, please contact your Academic Advisor for information about academic recovery programming.