The University of Arizona is committed to seeing students thrive and graduate. When a student's cumulative GPA is below a 2.0, it results in an academic status changing from “Good Standing” to “Probation.” However, we believe that students working through the probation process can still be success at the University of Arizona. There are programs in place to help. Students will hear from program staff closer to the beginning of the semester, but can learn more about the programs below.
What does probation mean?
We recognize that students find themselves on probation for a variety of reasons and that each case is unique to the student. We also know, based on research, that they can raise their GPA by applying themselves(it will take continual hard work!), by employing the best strategies, and by utilizing all the staff and resources the university has put in place to help them succeed.
One of the available resources includes an academic intervention that will be chosen by the colleges. Many students find these interventions extremely helpful because they are individualized to meet needs. To cover the expense of these programs students are charged a one-time $100 academic recovery fee.
We encourage students to talk to their academic advisor about their current academic status and if they have questions about the academic intervention program or fee contact email@example.com.
- College of Agriculture & Life Sciences - PASS
- College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture- Online Rebound
- College of Education - PASS
- Eller College of Management - PASS
- College of Engineering - Contact your Academic Advisor
- College of Fine Arts - Wildcat Track
- College of Humanities - Online rebound
- College of Letters, Arts & Science - Wildcat Track
- College of Medicine Undergraduates/Pre-Physiology Major - PASS
- College of Nursing - Wildcat Track
- Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health - PASS
- College of Science- Contact your Academic Advisor
- College of Social & Behavioral Sciences - PASS
- UA South- Online Rebound
- UA Online - Online Rebound
Pathways to Academic Student Success
College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, College of Education, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Eller College of Management, Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, College of Medicine Undergraduates/Pre-Physiology Major
The PASS Program offers individual meetings with a peer mentor and an eight week workshop series. Students will develop an individualized plan to enhance the skills necessary to becoming a successful UA student. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
College of Fine Arts, College of Nursing, College of Letters, Arts & Science
The Wildcat Track program includes visits with a Learning Specialist and connections to other THINK TANK services to assist students on their path to becoming a successful UA student.
College of Humanities, School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture, UA South
The Online Rebound program consists of modules that students complete over the course of the semester. The Program is designed specifically to assist students in developing and refining the skills necessary to becoming a successful UA student.
College Specific Programming
College of Engineering & College of Science
If you are a student in the College of Engineering or the College of Science, please contact your Academic Advisor for information about academic recovery programming.
Contact Your Academic Advisor
Students working through the academic probation process are encouraged to contact their Academic Advisor with questions about college and degree requirements. Find your academic advisors information in UACCESS or visit advising.arizona.edu .