Academic Warning and Probation

Academic Warning and Probation

Academic Warning and Probation

The Student Support Services team works diligently to support any undergraduate student who finds themselves struggling academically. Outreach initiatives are conducted for any undergraduate student with early alert indicators. This is made possible by the use of “flags” within the Rowan Success Network (RSN). All students who are on academic probation or academic warning participate in the Student Persistence & Success Program

The Student Persistence & Success Program involves enrollment in a zero-credit Canvas course for every semester an undergraduate student is on academic warning or probation. Through the course, students are required to complete a self-assessment and a meeting with a member of our team. The self-assessment addresses which factors led to being placed on academic probation or academic warning and includes questions regarding the student’s well-being (the assessment was developed using the Rowan Thrive framework). During the required meeting, students meet with a member of the Student Support Services team to discuss what obstacles may be preventing academic success and any relevant resources that are available. Until the student completes their required meeting, an academic hold is placed on the student’s account that will prevent them from registering for any future semester. 

After completing the requirements of the Student Persistence & Success Program, students are able to opt-into the Academic Reboot Program with a chance to win a free summer course. Details about Academic Reboot are reviewed during the required meeting.

Additional information regarding the university’s official policy on undergraduate academic standing can be found here

Questions? Email studentsupport@rowan.edu