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OSDS Progression Requirements  Purpose o Complete the freshman curriculum in a timely manner o Ensure eligibility for other majors (# hours earned and GPA) o Support EN “three strikes” and readmission policies  Each D, F, and W counts as a “violation” toward progression  First violation  warning letter  Two or more violations  one-on-one meeting to discuss o Commitment to major o How they spent their time o Available academic and other resources o Enforcement of progression policy o Next choice of major o Conditions for continuance (if allowed)
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Typical Conditions for Continuance  Must enroll in specific courses  Must submit grade replacement form(s) by due date  May not drop, add, or withdraw from any courses  May not receive any mid-semester grades of D or F  Must complete all courses with a grade of C or better  Must successfully complete MAPS Rebound Coaching  Failure to meet these requirements:  Immediate change of major OR  Follow-up meeting to discuss next choice of major OR  Referral to department chair for final disposition (ET only)
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Implementation  Since end of Sp11 o ~ 100 one-on-one meetings o Most common reasons for poor performance  Not putting forth the effort/time  Fraternities  Working too many hours  Not the right major  Full enforcement effective 2011-’12  Communication plan o Freshman SOAR o ENGR/ETGR 1201 o Advising o Emails and bulletin board  MATH 1103/1241 “Early Warning” pilot  Mid-term grade alerts  End-of-semester progression warning and violation letters (mailed to permanent address)
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