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At-A-Glance

Course Schedule for Full Time Enrollment Status:

Two Required CRP courses:

  • CRP Academic Strategies (0 credit, but bears 3 credit hour equivalents)
  • CRP Motivation & Wellness (0 credit, but bears 3 credit hour equivalents)

AND

  • In General, Three Credit Courses: (with no more than 10 credits)

Required Mentoring Component:

  • Students meet weekly with a CRP mentor, (a professional staff person) to discuss academic progress and concerns
  • Mentor Curriculum includes support for class activities and focuses on students’ areas for improvement as determined by the assessment called the Learning And Study Strategies Inventory (LASSI)

Referrals are made to support students for:

  • Career/academic major topics
  • Math, writing, & reading assistance
  • Personal wellness

Mid-Term Grade Reports:

Will be provided to students around the the 11th week of the semster, and discussed during mentor meetings

Program Completion and Reinstatement into a degree-bearing program:

  • Successful completion of CRP = minimum GPA of 2.0 and minimum final grades of "C" /73% are required or both CRP courses.  This criteria may be different than that of a prospective academic department and should be researched by the student
  • The CRP Final Grade Report and mentor's written narrative will accompany a Change of Program (COP) form to the academic program of choice
  • Students can choose two different programs to apply to, post-CRP: Plan A, (1st choice) and Plan B, (2nd choice - should Plan A be rejected).  In order for the student to return to RIT one of these plans is required
  • A Change of Program (COP) form, signed by an academic department signifies reinstatement into a degree-bearing program, and is required or the student will be suspended by the CRP Director

Post CRP Support

Students reinstated into academic programs after CRP are automatically enrolled Study Strategies Lab offered by the Academic Support Center.  This is a free course designed to help students stay on track when they return to RIT in fall or spring semester.  It is the student's responsibility to drop the Study Strategies Lab in SIS if they do not wish to remain enrolled.  Failure to attend the class and withdraw from the course on SIS, will result in a failing grade recorded on the student's academic transcript.

ACSC 63 Study Strategies Lab: This hands-on course is designed for students interested in maintaining their study strategies and organizational skills with regular support and feedback from an instructor. (CRPG-061 CRP Academic Strategies is a pre-requisite for this course)