|University of Arkansas at Little Rock|
|Policy Name: Collegiate Success Program|
|Policy Number: 505.1|
|Effective Date: April 25, 2007|
Beginning in the fall of 2008, pursuant to admission policies approved in December 2006, and legislation approved in May 2004 by the Faculty Senate, all first-time entering students whose test scores indicate one or more developmental needs or whose admission decision requires additional preparation will participate in the Collegiate Success Program.
Students needing development courses will enroll in prescribed development course work beginning in the first semester, and continue in additional development course work each semester until these courses are completed.
Additional prescriptive requirements may be established in order to improve the likelihood that the student will be successful. Such requirements shall be determined by the designated advisor and articulated in an enrollment agreement to be signed by the advisor and student.
The enrollment agreement may require the student to enroll in and complete a course designated as first year experience, be limited in credit hours per semester, have advisor’s authorization to drop or add courses, or continue in prescribed coursework deemed necessary by the advisor until the enrollment agreement has been successfully completed.
First-time entering students aged 25 or older whose test scores indicate placement in the Collegiate Success Program may be exempted from restricted enrollment upon the approval of the Admission and Transfer of Credit Committee.
Source: UALR Faculty Senate, April 25, 2007
Revised: February 22, 2023
Approved By: Chancellor Christina Drale
Custodian: Academic Success Center