The Student Success team helps students improve their academic game and enhance their college experience. Whether you are a freshman or a senior, everyone needs a little help at times. Each semester brings new classes and new instructors, which calls for new skills and strategies for success.
Our Student Success Staff will work with you to develop individualized success plans to help you succeed in the classroom and balance academics with other parts of life. We help students to set and reach academic goals through consistent monitoring and communication throughout the semester, and to organize and manage time and tasks, improve note-taking skills, prepare for exams, and so much more!
Download and use the Navigate App to schedule an appointment with a Student Success Coordinator or other Student Success team member.
An undergraduate student failing to meet the following minimum standards during a Fall or a Spring semester is automatically placed on academic probation for the ensuing “long” semester:
- Freshman 0-29 semester hours earned 1.8 GPA on cumulative hours attempted
- Sophomore 30-59 semester hours earned 2.0 GPA on cumulative hours attempted
- Junior 60-89 semester hours earned 2.0 GPA on cumulative hours attempted
- Senior 90 + semester hours earned 2.0 GPA on cumulative hours attempted
A student who enters the University on academic probation or who is placed on academic probation is expected to conform to the following regulations:
- Reduce academic load to a maximum of 12 semester hours
- Adjust work program to better fit the academic needs of the student
- Attend all classes
- Adhere to individualized academic action plan if deemed necessary by the student’s academic Dean.
To be removed from academic probation, a student must achieve all of the following:
- Achieve the overall GPA level required for the student’s classification.
- Fulfill individualized academic action plan if required by academic Dean.
Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress
Due to federal requirements, the Financial Aid office has set up guidelines to help students stay on track academically. If you find that your financial aid is in jeopardy, we can help you set goals and provide resources to help you meet the standards set through the Financial Aid office.
Location: Mabee Student Success Center • Second Floor
Address: 900 College Street, Box 8426 • Belton, TX 76513
Office Hours: M-F • 8am-5pm (Summer: 8 am - 4 pm)
email@example.com • Phone: (254) 295-4475
Page last updated November 17, 2023