Students returning to UNCG after being placed on Academic Suspension

will be enrolled in, and are required to complete, ARS 120: Academic Connections in Education (ACE), during their semester of return. Components of the program focus on establishing strong connections between students and the resources around them including an assigned Academic Recovery coach, their course instructors, and the tools at their disposal.

Together with their Academic Recovery coach, ARS 120 students will identify strategies for success and build a support network on campus. The academic connections students build throughout the semester will be a valuable component of their individual UNCG support network and a critical part of their academic recovery journey.

Students in ARS 120 will engage in one-on-one sessions with an Academic Recovery coach in addition to online coursework. Students will also select one of the pre-selected campus resources to use throughout the semester and connect with each of their course instructors during office hours at two separated points during the term for the Instructor Connections Project.

Students who are distance learners enrolled exclusively in online coursework will complete online modules with frequent outreach and feedback from an online Academic Recovery coach in lieu of in-person meetings.

Program benefits include:

  • Guidance on University policies and procedures from an Academic Recovery coach 
  • The opportunity to explore solutions to academic obstacles with peer and professional support
  • Development of an academic and personal support network

To learn more about ARS 120, visit our frequently asked questions page or contact the ARS 120 coordinator:

Whitney Scott
Academic Recovery Coordinator
Students First Office
101 Forney Student Success Commons
Greensboro, NC 27402
Phone: (336) 256-8533