Rebound: "Bouncing Back" from Academic Difficulty
Academic improvement does not happen on its own; rather, it requires an active approach toward knowledge, assessment, and planning. Rebound has four steps designed to assist student in:
Step 1: Understand the Rules of Probation
Every Student should be aware of the University's Academic Requirements. Undergraduate Studies students on probation are required to view the Rebound PowerPoint presentation, read the information on Scholastic Probation, Suspension, and Reinstatement, and take the Rebound Test.
Step 2: Complete a Self Assessment and Action Plan
It is important for students on probation to identify factors that contributed to their academic difficulty at UK and begin to develop a personal action plan to address these factors for the upcoming semster. Read and complete the appropriate Self-Assessment and Action Plan below:
Step 3: Contact Academic Advisor
All students on probation are required to work with their academic advisor to select and modify courses taken in the upcoming semester. Students can contact their advisor by email, telephone, or schedule an appointment on myUK. To take advantage of open add/drop windows, students should contact their advisor immediately.
Make sure to talk to your advisor about:
Step 4: Attend Mandatory Advisor Meetings
Students on probation are required to meet with their advisor regularly. Find your academic status and click on the appropriate link below for more information on when to schedule an appointment with your advisor, and what you are required to complete and/ or bring for your first advisor meeting
If you have questions about your academic status, contact Undergraduate Studies at 859-257-3383.