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Academic Resiliency Initiative

Academic Resiliency Initiative

What is Academic Probation?

Academic probation is a warn­ing that the quality of your work has not met Texas State’s minimum academic standards. There are many reasons that this might be true. PACE Academic Advising wants to work with you in addressing whatever issues you faced during your fall semester.

Academic Resiliency Initiative

Through a series of one-on-one appointments and workshop opportunities, PACE Academic Advisors will work closely with students who are part of the Academic Resiliency Initiative to help them assess the fall semester, find strategies for success, explain important policy information, and connect students to helpful resources.

Learn more about what to expect
 

Important Dates To Remember

Event Date Why is this date important?
Registration System Closes December 21st at 5 p.m. Registration closes for the winter break - no schedule changes may be made
Registration Reopens January 2nd at 6 a.m. Students can resume updating their spring 2019 schedule
Last Day to Add a Course January 30th Students may not add a course to their spring 2019 schedule after this date
Last Day to Drop Without a W and With a Full Refund February 6th After this date, students will receive a W for each dropped course and you will not receive a full refund
Last Day to Drop With/ Automatic W Deadline April 2nd After this date, students will not be able to drop a single course. When a student drops their courses, they are not guaranteed a W
Last Day to Withdraw April 25th This is the last day to go down to zero hours

The full academic calendar can be found here.