Students placed on academic probation are required to take the course, Study and Learning.  Their advisors are to assess student progress at regular intervals, and make appropriate referrals.  In theory, this sounds good, but experience has taught us that many students need the one-on-one interaction that you have described. Thanks for sharing.
Mary Schlueter
Learning Support Specialist
College of Saint Mary
Omaha, NE
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I am looking into getting information on what other institutions are doing for their probationary students.  We have a constant struggle with compliance as I am sure you all have to deal with and we would like to streamline our requirements to make the most effective program possible.  Thanks for any and all input you may have for me.


Thanks~have a great day & SMILE, Pat  ;)

“Treat everyone with politeness, even those who are rude to you--not because they are nice, but because you are.” ~Unknown~

Pat Krauss

Tutor/SI/Learning Lounge Coordinator

Academic Center for Excellence

 Dewar Student Union, 416A

Hartwick College

Oneonta, New York 13820


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