The First-Year Intervention Program (FYIP), led by the Advising & Learning Assistance Center (ALAC), provides structured individual support for students who encounter academic problems during their first semester.
Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
Through a collaborative campuswide effort, the Undergraduate Probation Intervention Program (UPIP) addresses unique academic and personal challenges faced by sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The program includes a tailored personal success plan, one-on-one mentoring meetings, and a weekly series of holistic workshops aimed at making positive changes in our students’ lives. Students who are placed on academic probation during their sophomore, junior, or senior year participate in UPIP.
Together, with your Class Dean, you will develop a personal and academic plan with dual goals:
- To take ownership of your academic performance
- To achieve the necessary standard to be removed from probation
There are myriad intervening factors that can contribute to academic difficulty. During UPIP, you will work to pinpoint those and develop strategies to mitigate them.
What do I need to do?
- Complete the personal success plan
- Follow the goals outlined in that plan
- Schedule three meetings with your Class Dean
- Consult with your faculty members
- Meet with your Academic Adviser
- Attend Student Success Labs*
Students who are required to participate in the program will receive an email with details. If you think you would benefit from participating, but are not on probation, please feel free to contact us. The support provided in this program is available to all students.
*Students who have been or are enrolled in PSYC 4730 - Positive Psychology or PSYC 4110 - Motivation and Performance may opt out of Student Success Labs with the permission of their Class Dean. Please contact your Class Dean if you have any scheduling conflicts or questions.