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Dean for Academic Advising and Support

  • To inform students on CE of their CE status based upon the recommendation of the Committee on Academic Standards (CAS) which takes into account the semester GPA achieved in the most recent academic semester as well as other applicable factors (NOTE: Students being readmitted on CE after time away from Kenyon will be apprised by the Dean of Students in their readmission correspondence)
  • To answer any questions and address any concerns regarding applicable CE conditions (i.e., CE conditions differ for students who are newly placed on CE vs. students who are continued on CE or advised to withdraw but choose to return)
  • To check in with students at the start of the following semester and affirm the importance of setting up meetings with their faculty advisor and CE advisor, and utilizing campus resources for academic and non-academic support, throughout the semester

Student on Conditional Enrollment

  • To ask any questions and express any concerns to the Dean regarding applicable CE conditions
  • To maintain open communication with their faculty advisor, CE advisor, course faculty, coaches, and other campus resources regarding their academic performance, non-academic involvement, personal health and well-being, and appropriate steps that need to be taken to address issues
  • To meet with their faculty advisor at the start of the semester, review applicable CE conditions, define academic goals and priorities against the backdrop of non-academic involvement, and review/discuss/adjust course selections based on CE conditions (particularly unit restrictions), balance, degree progress, and major progress
  • To work closely with their CE advisor throughout the CE semester, meeting on a weekly, bi-weekly, or as-needed basis, depending on a needs assessment at the start of the semester
  • At the beginning of the semester, to focus on: Planning their semester, reviewing their course syllabi, and noting academic and course deadlines on their calendars
  • Throughout the semester, to focus on: Keeping on top of their workload; going to office hours; connecting with their faculty advisor and course faculty; balancing academic work and non-academic involvement; seeking counseling, health, SASS, financial, and/or other campus resources for guidance and support as needed
  • To follow up with their CE advisor regarding work completion, course marks, and other indicators of academic performance/engagement
  • To review progress reports (submitted by course faculty throughout the CE semester) and connect with course faculty about appropriate next steps (particularly if reports bring up any areas of concern), and keep their faculty advisor and CE advisor apprised of these conversations
  • To provide a reflective piece of writing on the CE semester to CAS at the end of the semester

Faculty Advisor

  • To meet with their students on CE at the start of the semester and review applicable CE conditions, in both academic and non-academic realms
  • To define academic goals and priorities against the backdrop of non-academic involvement
  • To review/discuss/adjust course selections based on CE conditions (particularly unit restrictions), balance, degree progress, and major progress
  • To check in regarding progress reports (submitted by course faculty throughout the CE semester) and encourage their students to connect with course faculty about appropriate next steps (particularly if reports bring up any areas of concern)
  • To maintain open communication with the CE advisors assigned to their students regarding appropriate steps that need to be taken
  • To connect with course faculty directly as needed and/or appropriate (especially if reports articulate serious and/or ongoing issues of concern)
  • To connect with coaches (who are copied on progress reports) directly as needed and/or appropriate (especially if reports articulate serious and/or ongoing issues of concern)
  • To provide commentary on their students and their performance/engagement/development to CAS at the end of the semester

Course Faculty

  • To submit progress reports throughout the semester for all students on CE (NOTE: Progress reports should be submitted regularly so that students will know how well they are performing, regardless of whether they are performing at high, low, or mediocre levels)
  • NOTE: Faculty will be directly apprised after the add/drop period if they have students on CE in their classes for the semester, and reminded throughout the semester to submit progress reports for these students (as well as any other students of concern)
  • To provide commentary on their students and their performance/engagement/development to CAS at the end of the semester

Conditional Enrollment Advisor

  • To work closely with their students on CE throughout the CE semester, meeting on a weekly, bi-weekly, or as-needed basis, depending on a needs assessment at the start of the semester
  • To review applicable CE conditions
  • To discuss academic goals and priorities, as well as course selections, after their students meet with their faculty advisor
  • At the beginning of the semester, to assist their students in terms of: Planning their semester, reviewing their course syllabi, and noting academic and course deadlines on their calendars
  • Throughout the semester, to help their students in terms of: Keeping on top of their workload; going to office hours; connecting with their faculty advisor and course faculty; balancing academic work and allowed non-academic involvement; seeking counseling, health, SASS, financial, and/or other campus resources for guidance and support as needed
  • To follow up with their students regarding work completion, course marks, and other indicators of academic performance/engagement
  • To review progress reports (submitted by course faculty throughout the CE semester) and encourage their students to connect with course faculty about appropriate next steps (particularly if reports bring up any areas of concern)
  • To maintain open communication with the faculty advisors connected with their students regarding appropriate steps that need to be taken
  • To connect with course faculty directly as needed and/or appropriate (especially if reports articulate serious and/or ongoing issues of concern)
  • To connect with coaches (who are copied on progress reports) directly as needed and/or appropriate (especially if reports articulate serious and/or ongoing issues of concern)
  • To provide commentary on their students and their performance/engagement/development to CAS at the end of the semester