SAP Probation at Midwestern Career College is a Status assigned to a student who fails to make satisfactory academic progress and who has successfully appealed and has had his or her enrollment reinstated for one evaluation period. Students receiving financial aid will regain their financial aid eligibility for one payment period.
Students on SAP Probation at Midwestern Career College must participate in academic advising as deemed necessary by the College as a condition of their probation. Students placed on SAP Probation who are not meeting SAP at the next evaluation point may be eligible to have their
Probation status extended for one consecutive evaluation period at a time if they are meeting the conditions of their Academic Recovery Plan.
Academic Recovery Plan
Academic Recovery Plan is an individualized plan completed by an Academic Effectiveness Manager or designee for a student placed on SAP probation in cases when it will be mathematically impossible for a student to meet SAP requirements in one term.
Students on SAP Probation must participate in academic advising as deemed necessary by the school as a condition of their status.
Academic advising includes but is not limited to the following:
- Students must meet with their Instructor and/or Program Director and/or Academic Effectiveness Manager to complete an Academic Recovery Plan
- Students may have to participate in tutoring if deemed necessary by the Instructor and/or Program Director and/or Academic Effectiveness Manager to complete an Academic Recovery Plan.