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Academic Recovery Programs

Admissions Probation

Admissions probation is defined as a student who, at the point of admission, was required to complete an Academic Success Plan as a condition for his/her admission.  Academic Success Plan referrals are typically communicated to the student from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.  If you have received a referral for an Academic Success Plan, you can contact SRS at (314) 516-5300 to schedule an appointment today.  We also accommodate walk-ins for Academic Success Plans during posted business hours.

 

Financial Aid Probation/Suspension

Federal regulations require that students make satisfactory academic progress (or SAP) throughout their enrollment while receiving aid.  If a student fails to maintain a 2.000 cumulative grade point average, s/he is at risk of losing financial aid eligibility.  Financial Aid suspensions are communicated to the student from the Office of Student Financial Aid.  If you have received a referral for the Back on Track program from Student Financial Aid, you can contact SRS at (314) 516-5300 to schedule an appointment today.  We also accommodate walk-ins for Back on Track referrals during posted business hours.

 

Academic Suspension Reinstatement

A student may be academically suspended from the university if s/he fails to maintain a 2.000 cumulative for three (3) or more regular semesters terms (not necessarily consecutive).  Upon receiving notification of an academic suspension, a student may choose to appeal such decision.  If the suspension appeal is approved, you may be referred to SRS to work with a Success Coach.  Suspension Reinstatement referrals are communicated to the student from his/her Academic Dean’s Office.  If you have received a referral to SRS after a suspension reinstatement, you can contact us at (314) 516-5300 to schedule an appointment today.  We also accommodate walk-ins for suspension reinstatement referrals during posted business hours.