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Timeline Tasks

Timeline and Tasks for Students Placed on Academic Probation

Below is the timeline to follow to get back on track because of a low grade point average and/or less than 50% completion rate of attempted credits. If you are experiencing difficulties during the term, please call the Counseling Department to schedule an appointment with a counselor.

Week grades are posted online and letters are received:

Schedule an appointment with a counselor immediately by calling one of the numbers below.  Your approval to register or to make changes to your schedule is blocked until you have met with the counselor.  Appointments fill up quickly and if you do not act immediately to contact the Counseling Department, your ability to register may be delayed until the following term.

Redwood Campus: 541-956-7190 and Riverside: 541-245-7764

Week three of the term:

The Counseling Department will contact you by phone or email to to schedule an appointment if you have not yet met with a counselor.  One to three days before your first scheduled appointment:
You will receive a reminder call for your appointment.

During the counseling appointment:
The following questions will be addressed at the plan of assistance meeting.

  • What happened?
  • What resources are available?
  • What happens if unsatisfactory progress continues?
  • What are my next steps for satisfactory academic progress and to get off academic probation?

If needed, a second appointment will be scheduled at this time for academic advising, planning, and approval to register for the next term.

One to three days before the second appointment:

You will receive a reminder call for your appointment.

Before registration begins:

Attend your second meeting with the counselor at the RCC Counseling Department to

  • Review progress
  • Confirm academic plan for success
  • Determine classes for the next term and approval to register.

Remember! It is important that you take charge of your academic success, which includes meeting with a counselor. Your contact with a counselor is documented and may be used to advocate for you.