Academic Suspension Recovery Plan

Penn State University Faculty Senate Policy 54-00 Academic Progress states that students will be placed on academic warning if the student fails to earn a 2.00 or higher cumulative GPA. A student in academic warning who fails to maintain a 2.00 or higher semester GPA will be academically suspended and may not schedule classes for two consecutive semesters. The summer session counts as one semester. A student returning from academic suspension must apply for re-enrollment and will return to the University in academic warning status.

PART 1: My GPA
Calculate Recovery points here: http://advising.psu.edu/recovery-points-calculator
PART 2: Reflection
PART 3: Goal Setting
Think about a plan of action for getting the semester off to a strong start and improving your academic record. Include meetings with your adviser, instructors, time management, and other resources. Discuss this plan with your Academic Adviser, who can help to offer additional ideas.
Goal #1
Goal #2
Goal #3
PART 4: Review Understanding of Consequences
Access policy here: https://senate.psu.edu/policies-and-rules-for-undergraduate-students/54-00-academic-progress/
Access senate policy here: https://senate.psu.edu/policies-and-rules-for-undergraduate-students/58-00-re-enrollment-as-a-degree-candidate/