The overall goal of Academic Services is to enhance the student’s probability for success in both their academic and life-goal pursuits. Academic Services encompasses a wide range of both academic and administrative services including: Academic Probation Program, Academic Skills Program, and Placement Testing, both national and residual. A description of these services can be found below. For additional information, select one of the following headings.
The academic probation program is centered on those students that have failed to attain or maintain appropriate academic performance. This program encompasses those students entering the university on “Conditional Admission”, below a 20 ACT score or those “Probation” students that have not met the universities minimum standard for overall GPA for their academic level.
Courses in the Academic Skills Development Program provide assistance in the acquisition of college level reading, mathematics, English, and study skills. The number of hours required for graduation is increased by the number of hours taken in ASKL courses.
ACT and GRE Testing