Right Now This Term: Two or More Flags: Make a Recovery Plan
If you receive two or more flags, you need to take aggressive action on your own behalf to improve your performance. The UAAP and the Dean for Undergraduate Education want you to not only assess the issues affecting performance, but also to develop a written plan for improving performance. They strongly suggest the following steps, which are discussed in below.
- You will receive a personal email from Professor Denny Freeman, Dean for Undergraduate Education, strongly encouraging you to join Seminar XL "Limited Edition" (sponsored by the Office of Minority Education) study groups in the flagged subjects.
- You will have 48 hours (2 days) to formulate a recovery plan and send it to your advisor and Dean Donna Friedman. Complete the Academic Performance Self-Assessment and Recovery webform or develop your own written assessment and recovery plan, and email it to your freshman advisor with a cc to Dean Donna Friedman.
- Dean Friedman will simultaneously contact your freshman advisor, with similar instructions to urgently meet with you within 48 hours of receiving the letter.
- You may need to consider dropping a flagged class in order to dedicate the necessary time and effort to pass your other subjects. You should also consult your advisor and/or Dean Donna Friedman about your options.