SUCCESS MATTERS | Reboot
Success Matters | Reboot, also known as the academic recovery program, aims to guide students on academic probation in their pursuit of good academic standing by:
- Facilitating awareness of available resources (staff, programs, and services).
- Encouraging utilizing of these resources.
- Providing additional opportunities to assess their academic situations and develop success plans with an advisor familiar with their degree program and academic eligibility policies and procedures.
Success Matters advisors conduct outreach to students with cumulative GPR under 2.0. The aim of this targeted outreach is two-fold:
- To provide opportunities for students of concern to be advised prior to the last day to add a course.
- To refer students to campus resources relevant to their concerns.
An academic recovery fee of $100 is charged to all degree seeking undergraduate students who meet ALL of the following criteria:
- Have a cumulative GPA of less than 2.0
- Enrolled 9+ credit hours in the current term.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What happens if I cannot attend Success Matters | Reboot?
A: Students who do not attend Success Matters | Reboot will be notified about make up session opportunities. Please keep in mind these sessions are limited in number and will not have the same level of engagement from campus partners.
Q: Why is the academic recovery fee applied to my account after the deadline to pay tuition and fees for the current term?
A: A student's cumulative GPA can be positively impacted by academic forgiveness, grade changes, and reconciliation of incomplete grades. Fees are applied at the mid-point of the term to allow students the opportunity to complete any applicable processes that might allow their cumulative GPA to rise to a 2.0 or higher.
Q: What does the academic recovery fee support?
A: Funds collected from the fee support the Success Matters program and its various components. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Success Matters | Reboot (e.g. folder contents, academic resources, and other program related costs). This event is attended by invitation only to students who meet the criteria outlined above.
- CU 1010 University Success Skills (e.g. instructor compensation, speaker fees, etc.).This course is restricted to students who meet the criteria outlined above.
Q: What if I plan to utilize academic forgiveness, file a grade grievance, and/or reconcile an incomplete?
A: The academic recovery fee is applied at the mid-point of the term to allow students the opportunity to complete any applicable processes that might allow their cumulative GPA to rise to a 2.0 or higher.