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Hi Lisa
I am interested in a copy of the questionnaire that you use with the students.
Are you able to send it via e-mail or snail mail:
Regina Kekis
SUNY Institute of Technology Utica/Rome
P.O. Box 3050
Utica NY 13504
Thanks,
Regina

Lisa Kramme wrote:

> All students on academic probation are supposed to meet with me (Dir. of
> Academic Support Services).  During our meeting we discuss the reason(s) the
> student believes he/she had a low enough gpa to warrant probationary status.
> These reasons may include lack of studying, poor test taking, excessive
> absences, etc.  The student then completes a questionnaire that helps me
> determine what study skills this student may or may not have.  We then
> complete a contract together, agreeing to meet concerning the deficiency
> areas noted on the questionnaire.  The student is also supposed to spend
> (minimal) time in our tutoring center every week.  I'm still trying to work
> out the bugs on this system, and it only works as well as the student is
> willing to follow through.
> Lisa Kramme
> Midland Lutheran College
>
> Sandy Swan wrote:
>
> > I am wanting to put together a proposal for an intervention program and
> > would like to know what other colleges and universities are doing.
> > Do any of your colleges or universities have an intervention program for
> > students placed on academic probation?
> > Do you know of any articles or publications on what works for intervening
> > with students on academic probation?
> > Do you know of other listservs where I could post this question?
> >
> > Thanks for your help,
> >
> > Sandy Swan, MLS, MPH
> > Director, Learning Assistance Center
> > Newman University
> > 3100 Mc Cormick
> > Wichita, KS  67213
> > 316-942-4291, ext. 322
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