When to Refer a Student to PASS

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When to Refer a Student to PASS

  1. Student fails first exam or major assignment
  2. Student receives grade of D or F at midterm
  3. Student is struggling academically and in need of academic help
  4. Student has a behavioral issue or personal concern that is interfering with his/her ability to be academically successful, or
  5. Student is placed on Academic or Programmatic Probation.

 

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