Student Retention Services coordinates institutional efforts and implements programs to increase the retention rate of at-risk students, especially fall-to-second semester freshmen. It monitors academic progress of at-risk student by developing a plan action to support the Satisfactory Academic Appeals process, academic probation and suspension criteria and the Academic New Start and Second Chance programs. SRS also assists students with the formal withdrawal process.
The primary goals of this office are to increase retention, reduce the number of students on probation and suspension and increase the graduation rate of students.
SRS assists students with
Early Warning Notifications
Academic Standing Notifications
Satisfactory Academic Appeals (SAPs)
Academic Second Chance and New Start Programs
Withdrawals from the University