Academic and Career Advising

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The Services We Provide for You

In Academic and Career Advising we are committed to our mission “to empower students to become full participants in their academic planning, career goals, and lifelong learning.” Academic Standards is an important part of it. We want to help you succeed! If you are in Academic difficulty we are here to help you.

Academic Warning (P1)

If you are on Academic Warning (P1) and the Department of Academic and Career Advising has placed a registration restriction on your student records, you will not be able to register or change your registration unless you come and meet with one of our advisors in a walk-in basis during our office hours or attend the Academic Success Workshop by registering at 801-957-4978.

Conditional Enrollment (P2)

If you are on Conditional Enrollment (P2) and the Department of Academic and Career Advising has placed a registration restriction on your student records, you will not be able to register or change your registration unless you come and meet with one of our advisors in a walk-in basis during our office hours.

Academic Probation (P3)

If you are on Academic Probation and the Department of Academic and Career Advising has placed a registration restriction on your student records, you will not be able to register or change your registration unless you complete the Academic Standards Appeal Process. The appeal process begins by making an appointment with Madeline Corona, Academic Standards Advisor, at 801-957-4978. You must make an hour appointment because during that visit the advisor and you will be able to:

• Reflect on your priorities and goals.
• Reflect on how serious your obstacles are toward obtaining an education
• Analyze the strategies to assist you in completing your goals.
• Determine if a registration appeal will be possible to change “E” grades into “W” grades.
• Identify classes that can be repeated to raise your GPA.
• Review course outlines and learning outcomes to identify educational gaps.
• Review your educational plan
• Identify deficiencies in learning skills.
• Refer you to resources available on campus and in the community.

Please remember that Salt Lake Community College graduation requires a 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA). Your performance is important in attaining your degree as well as transferring to a four-year institution or finding gainful employment. We want to help you raise your GPA above 2.0 and see you succeed in your academic goals.