You’re on academic probation, but we believe you can turn yourself around. Our Phoenix Program can help. With support services and requirements to help you improve your past behaviors, this program will put you on the right path. The Phoenix program is run collaboratively though UD Academic Advising and the Student Academic Center to help you achieve academic success.
Steps to Success Meeting
The Steps to Success Meeting will help you how to figure out how to get where you want to be. You might already have some idea of what you’d like to do differently next semester, but the Phoenix Program will help you discover many different ways to get on the path to success at IUB. You’ll find out about the wide range of resources available to UD students, and you’ll get real words of wisdom from students who have been there. Your parents are welcome to attend the meeting with you.
Sunday, January 12, 2014 3:00 p.m. Ballantine 013
Your academic advisor is an excellent resource for you as you are working to change your academic path. Before you meet with your advisor to sign a probation contract, do the following:
- View probation requirements and academic standards.
- Read your Phoenix Program Booklet.
- Calculate your target GPA using the Target GPA Worksheet in the Phoenix Program Booklet (page 9).
- Consider your short- and long-term goals.
Phoenix Program Probation Contract
As a UD student on Academic Probation, you are required to sign a Phoenix Program Probation Contract with your academic advisor during the first three weeks of the semester. You then must fulfill the terms of your contract in order to register for classes during the Early Registration period. As part of this contract, UD students on academic probation are required to take EDUC-X158 Culture of College. If you have already taken EDUC-X158, then you will sign the Campus Resources Contract with your assigned advisor.
EDUC-X158 Culture of College
This Phoenix Program Success Seminar provides a structured and supportive environment where students improve time management, learn new study skills, and identify career goals. Small classes composed only of 16 to 19 students who are on probation are co-taught by both an instructor and an undergraduate student who has been on academic probation, achieved good standing, and trained to become an instructor in the class. Students meet one-on-one with the AI and the peer instructor to help plan their individual strategies for success.
This course is required for all students on Probation or Critical Academic Probation who have not yet taken it, as part of the Phoenix Program Probation Contract.
Comments from students who have taken EDUC-X 158 Culture of College
“The discussions gave us the opportunity to learn from other students as well as the instructors.”
“Several times I was able to relate work in X158 to my other classes. This was a big help.”
Phoenix Program Booklet
The Phoenix Program Booklet gives you more information about the requirements and services provided by University Division for students on Academic Probation. Please review this booklet carefully and refer to it when questions arise about your status or your requirements.