Become an Academic Probation Advocate!
Any and all faculty, staff, and students are invited to become certified as an Academic Probation Advocate!
Any and all faculty, staff, and students are invited to become certified as an Academic Probation Advocate. Advocacy training includes a discussion of what academic probation is; what issues may cause a student to go on academic probation beyond study skills; what resources exist for students on academic probation; as well as how to discuss academic performance while also removing the stigma that may come along with obtaining lower grades. Upon completion of the training, advocates will receive a training certificate as well as a placard that they can display on their office door, indicating that their office is safe for academic probation students to ask questions without judgment. This event will be held in Johnson Commons East room 112E from 3:00p.m.-5:00p.m. on Friday, October 22nd, as well as Friday, October 29th. (You only need to attend one session to be certified). Refreshments will be served. To sign up, click HERE, or email Dr. Rebekah Reysen at firstname.lastname@example.org.