The mission of Path to Academic Success is to assist students on academic probation regain good academic standing by creating a partnership with an academic advisor and providing support to our students through a network of programs and services.
Definition of Probation One:
Students, whose cumulative DCCCD1 GPA falls below 2.0, are placed on Probation One. Students on Probation One may have coursework and total number of credit hours limited and may be required to register for specific courses and/or workshops. Students on Probation One must complete at least one credit course in their next semester and earn a semester GPA of at least 2.0. Students will remain on Probation One until their cumulative DCCCD1 GPA is a 2.0 or higher.
Students who have earned a cumulative GPA less than 1.0 are placed in a special probation program, Path to Academic Success. Students in the Path to Academic Success program will meet with a designated probation advisor, who will place an AV Block on the student's record. The student and advisor will work in partnership to regain good academic standing. Students in this program are required to meet with their assigned advisor on a regular basis during the semester.
Why does Path to Academic Success Exist?
The Path to Academic Success was established to help students with cumulative GPAs less than 1.0 regain their good academic standing.
Before meeting with a probation advisor, students must complete the Path to Academic Success packet.