Academic Success

If you're struggling in classes and need additional assistance, please reach out to the Academic Success Advisor. They can help with a variety of different skills such as time management, test-taking tips, study skills, reading skills, accountability and much more.

Turning Point Program Overview: Probation

The Turning Point Program is designed for students on academic probation. In order to plan for academic success, you'll need to take action during the very first part of the semester. The program must be completed in the first ten business days of each semester you are on probation or a hold will be placed on your account. Steps on how to complete this program are below.

  1. Complete the online self assessment form.
  2. Take the Clifton Strengths Assessment. Email to obtain instructions and access code. (If you've been on probation before and have taken this assessment already, please skip this step.)
  3. Schedule a meeting with the Academic Success Advisor: 970.943.7056, Taylor Hall 302.

Refer to the Understanding Academic Probation page for additional information. 

Academic Referral

Are you in need of academic assistance or do you know someone who is struggling academically? Please fill out the form below. The Academic Resource Center will be reaching out to connect you to resources that will help you succeed.