Lower Division Academic Recovery Program
We know that transitioning during your first semester of college can be a challenge. There are many unforeseen obstacles that may have offset you from reaching your personal and academic goals. Don't be discouraged! Now that you have experienced a semester or two of college life, brush off the dust from last semester and focus on a new start! To get you back on track, GSU designed a Lower Division Academic Recovery Program to help you attain your goals. This Program gives students the additional support needed to be successful. All freshmen and sophomores placed on academic probation are required to participate in the Lower Division Academic Recovery Program and must attend the Lower Division Academic Recovery Information Session.
Lower Division Academic Recovery Program Information Session, Fall 2017:
When: Tuesday, September 5th, from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday, September 6th, from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Location: Academic Resource Center, B1215
Contact: Amy Comparon, email@example.com
All freshmen and sophomores placed on academic probation are enrolled in the Lower Division Academic Recovery Program (LDARP) to provide students with resources needed to get back on track. The information session is an overview of the LDARP. Students will be provided with tools to connect with faculty, staff, and services and help their semester be a successful one. Please register.
Required Student Success Workshops
Please review the Student Success Workshop handout for times and location. You can find the list of workshops below under "Student Resources." Also, please note that some workshops are offered at Prairie Place and Online.
Additional Resources: Apps for Academic Success
In "Student Resources," there is information on apps you can use in and/or outside of class for additional support. If you would like to use an app during course lecture, you MUST let your instructor know before class.
For further information, please contact the Academic Resource Center at firstname.lastname@example.org
LDARP Student Success Workshops Schedule TBD
LDARP Student Success Workshop Checklist form
LDARP Exit Survey: This survey is to be taken at the end of the semester to complete the Academic Recovery Program process. Please print verification page at the end of the survey and return to your academic advisor!
LDARP Learning Contract: According to Policy 14 Academic Standing, the first semester a student is on AcademicProbation Extended, they are required to complete a learning contract with the Academic Resource Center.
Apps for Academic Success: If you are using apps for class support during lectures, you MUST notify your instructor before class.
GPA Calculator Worksheet- Guide to assist students with calculating both term and cumulative GPA.