As part of its commitment to advising students, the University Studies Program advisors work with students who have been placed on probation or who indicate that they are in academic distress to determine an individualized plan of action that will restore and help students maintain a 2.0 or higher G.P.A. Find out what it means to be on academic probation here.
Students who are placed on academic probation follow the Students Achieving Success (SAS) program, which is designed to aid them in achieving academic success and avoiding dismissal.
The program includes:
- Students Achieving Success (SAS) Orientation.
- frequent meetings with advisors to assess progress.
- guided self–reflection and personal assessment.
- access to campus-wide resources such as tutoring, major & career counseling, and career services.
- workshops on a variety of subjects to give you the practical information you need to learn valuable study skills and adapt to the academic policies and curriculum at UD. Some workshops are available in an online format.
- tools to manage your academic progress.
- links to valuable academic policy information.