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Academic Probation Form
If you have received a notification of Academic Probation in your Message Center, your Enrollment for the next semester is limited to 12 credit hours. If you wish to enroll or remain enrolled in more than 12 credits, you will need to submit an appeal form to the Admissions and Standards Committee. (Appeal Form Link)
If you have received a notification of Academic Continued Probation in your Message Center, your enrollment for the next semester is limited to 6 credit hours. If you wish to enroll or remain enrolled in more than 6 credits, you will need to submit an appeal form to the Admissions and Standards Committee. (Appeal Form Link)
Use the link above to download the appeal form. Appeal forms must be received in Admissions and Records Office no later than Monday, January 6, 2014. The Admissions and Standards Committee will meet the week of January 6 to review your appeal and will make a decision at that time.
Please see your student center messages for the results of your appeal. All decisions are final.
Because your success at Phoenix College is important to us, you should be aware of the importance of improving your cumulative grade point average. Failure to raise your grade point average above the minimum scholastic standard by the end of the Spring 2014 semester will result in continuation of Academic Probation and may result in continued limitations for enrollment in the Fall 2014 semester.
We strongly encourage you to speak to an Academic Advisor about what classes would be the best ones for you to take or retake to get you back in good academic standing. You may also benefit from talking with a Counselor about your career and educational goals or any personal issues that may be preventing you from being successful. Counseling services can be reached at 602.285.7392 and Career services can be reached at 602.285.7420. PC has many services available to assist you. Please take advantage of some or all of our services.
If you have any questions about your academic status, please call 602.285.7777. We will be happy to assist you in any way we can.