Academic Progress Standards Interventions
Lane provides a series of progressive interventions to students who are not meeting the college's Academic Progress Standards (APS). The interventions are designed to help students:
- know the difference between Academic Progress Standards that apply to all students and Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards;
- understand how making good academic progress relates to finishing College in less time, with less cost, and with more positive outcomes;
- examine the many reasons that students end a term without achieving APS;
- connect with other students who understand the challenges in College;
- discover strategies that will address barriers and promote success;
- learn about resources Lane offers to help students overcome these obstacles;
- develop a personalized plan for success that helps students achieve goals and satisfy academic standards.
Alert 1 Online Keys to Success Workshop is accessed through your Moodle page. It is an online intervention that you can do on your own schedule as long as you have a computer, printer and internet connection. Carefully read and follow all instructions to complete the online Keys to Success Workshop.
Alert 2 In-person Keys to Success Workshop. If you were placed on Alert Two status, you must successfully complete the 90-minute, in-person Keys to Success workshop to have your registration hold released. This means you must participate in the entire Keys to Success workshop and complete a Success Plan in full. Please arrive 5 minutes early and stay for the entire workshop. Register for an in-person Keys to Success workshop
Alert 3 Back On Course Class is required after the third time a student does not meet Academic Progress Standards. Alert 3 Information Sessions are held to help students understand what is expected at Alert 3 and to learn how to sign up for a Back On Course class. Register for an Alert 3 Information Session
Alert 4 Dismissal. If a student does not meet Academic Progress Standards in a fourth term, they will be asked to leave the College for at least two terms. Students on Dismissal will need to prepare a Petition to Return to Lane, and that plan will need to be approved prior to the student being able to register for classes again. The complete process including registration for Alert 4 Information Sessions, will be available September, 2014.