It is crucial that students experiencing academic difficulty engage actively with advisors and others in the Penn community who can help them. During their regular discussions with their pre-major advisor or an advisor in the College Office, students on probation should reflect on the difficulties encountered in previous courses that led to low grades and follow the advisor's suggestions on ways to remedy such troubles. Students on probation should also take advantage of support services such as those offered by the Weingarten Learning Resources Center and the Tutoring Center.
- Students are responsible for having accurate, updated contact information on Path@Penn so they can be reached about their academic status in a timely fashion.
- Students who earn more than one F will be subject to the academic standing process and therefore eligible for an immediate drop even if previously in good academic standing.