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Academic Success Plan

A student will be placed on academic probation at the end of the fall or spring semester in which the Texas State GPA is less than 2.00. A student will be removed from academic probation at the end of any long semester or summer term if the Texas State GPA is 2.00 or higher.

Personal Information

Please visit your Texas State Self-Service --> Student --> Student Records --> Transcript to view your GPA information.

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Academic Background


Academic Probation Policy

Students must meet minimum academic standards in work completed at Texas State. Only grades earned at Texas State are considered for academic probation and suspension status.

A student will be placed on academic probation at the end of the fall or spring semester in which the Texas State GPA is less than 2.00. A student will be removed from academic probation at the end of any long semester or summer term if the Texas State GPA is 2.00 or higher. *
Students placed on academic probation are given two probationary semesters (fall or spring terms) to raise their Texas State GPA to 2.00 or higher. *
I understand that the policies governing academic probation and suspension are my responsibility and I agree to consult an academic advisor or the undergraduate catalog if I have any questions. *

Personal and motivational factors affecting academic performance

All responses are confidential, please answer honestly.

Personal factors (check all that apply): *
Motivational Factors (check all that apply): *
Areas for Improvement

Texas State Services

Texas State services that I have used (check all that apply):

Success Plan

1. I will review areas for improvement and factors I have identified in this self-assessment.

2. I will list specific ways to reach my potential as a successful student and Iwill incorporate services at Texas State Univeristy when appropriate.

3. I will put this plan into action now.

By submitting this form, you acknowledge that you have read the policies, responded to the questions to the best of your abilities, and have set attainable goals that you will put into action.

 

 

*This assessment adapted from materials provided by Eastern Oregon University and the College of William and Mary. (August 27, 2012)