Academic Success PlanCASE Boston
A requirement of academic probation is to meet with an Academic Coach to begin the Academic Success Plan (ASP) process. The ASP is designed to guide you in your progress towards good academic standing.
For students on academic probation, your Academic Coach will reach out to you early in the semester with next steps regarding your ASP process. The role of an Academic Coach is to assist you in identifying academic and campus resources, and to have conversations about success strategies to improve your standing. Together, you will outline the specific ASP activities that you will be responsible for completing over the semester. These may include:
- Scheduling individual meetings with your Academic Coach to develop success goals and strategies.
- Taking advantage of other academic resources including CASE sponsored programs, workshops, and online student success videos.
- Utilizing University Learning Network (ULN) tutoring services, such as our appointment-based services, Supplemental Instruction (if available), and the online tutoring available through TutorMe (Tools section of course’s Blackboard page).
- Scheduling meetings with faculty mentors who can assist you with broad-based curriculum questions and career exploration, as well as helping you tap into educational resources within your major.
- Attending the office hours of your professors for additional help and attending review sessions for your courses if available.
- Connecting with other campus resources (Career Services, Counseling Services, etc.).
You can explore more ways to ensure academic success and personal health while achieving your degree by clicking on the links to the resources below:
- Center for Academic Success & Enrichment (CASE)
- University Learning Network (ULN)
- Free academic success workshops (You must already be logged into Blackboard in order to access this link)
- Henrietta DeBenedictis Library
- Counseling services
- Office of Student Access and Accommodations
- Career Services
You are encouraged to contact the CASE at 617.732.2860 or email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
For more information about academic probation, visit the Academic Standing page.