The Pass Program for Spring 2022 is open Feb. 3rd through May 2nd. Please call the Applied Arts Advising Center at 512-245-1490 if you have questions regarding the requirements.
PASS: Steps to Academic Success
Applied Arts Students on Academic Probation must complete the following requirements in order to have their probation hold removed:
If you choose the online assignment option, your completion will be verified by the PASS Coordinator. If you complete the Webinars, you will need to complete the post-survey. If you meet with Success Coaching, attendance will be verified by the PASS Coordinator.
Your probation hold will be released within 24 hours of the Advising Center 's verification of your PASS Assignment Completion (Monday-Friday).
If you choose not to complete the PASS Program the College of Applied Arts Academic Advising Center WILL NOT remove your probation advising hold until late registration.
PASS Program Opens: February 3rd, 2022
PASS Priority Due Date: March 25th, 2022
PASS Submissions Accepted until: May 2nd @ 5:00pm