It’s common to experience academic challenges at some point during college.
Your academic adviser is here to help you through those challenges,
and will be an ally for you throughout your time at the U of M.
Together, you will develop a plan to help you stay on the path to success.
Your adviser will also connect you to the many student support resources at the U of M. Contact CEHD Student Services at 612-625-3339 to make an appointment.
There may be issues not listed below that you may want to discuss with your adviser. For a list of academic support resources at the U of M, visit success.umn.edu.
Examples include: adjustment to the U of M/Twin Cities, adjustment to the United States, experiencing racism, home/family issues, home/family obligations, housing/roommate issues
Examples include: concerns with high school preparation, difficulty managing time, hard classes, issues with an instructor, taking too many courses, unable to understand courses
Examples include: anxiety, depression, stress, concerns about personal safety, conflicts with social obligations/activities, difficulty finding motivation or meaning, financial difficulties, loneliness, physical illness, injury, possible learning disability, alcohol or substance abuse
If you are placed on probation, you and your academic adviser will develop an academic success plan based on your individual needs. Review the U of M policy on academic probation.
Your first step in being readmitted to the U of M and CEHD is to contact CEHD Student Services at 612-625-3339. CEHD Student Services is located in 360 Education Sciences Building.
The University has a leave of absence policy in case you need to leave school for one semester or longer. Complete the Leave of Absence form and submit it to CEHD Student Services.