SAS EOF Agreement Policy

SAS EOF Agreement Policy

Compliance Guidelines

All SAS EOF students are expected to:

  • Keep their assigned EOF counselor abreast of all financial, academic and personal changes and updates during monthly meetings.
  • Attend one scheduled EOF sponsored, approved university event, or preapproved program based on student’s status and/or academic interests.
  • Participate in tutoring sessions and study groups as assigned.
  • Meet Standards of Academic Progress.
  • Maintain full-time enrollment or have written approval for part-time enrollment from the appropriate authority.
  • Complete degree requirements within the limits of funding eligibility (maximum of 12 semesters of payment over the course of entire undergraduate career).
  • Return all borrowed items including books and calculators.

 One-on-one Counselor Session Guidelines

First Year Students in Good Academic Standing (completed Summer Institute with no conditions): 

  • You must meet with your assigned EOF Counselor bi-weekly throughout your initial semester of enrollment and once a month minimally in your second semester.

First Year Students NOT in Good Academic Standing (completed Summer Institute with conditions): 

  • You must meet with your assigned EOF Counselor bi-weekly throughout your initial semester of enrollment and continue to meet biweekly in the second semester if your term or cumulative grade point average is less than 2.0.

Continuing Students in Good Academic Standing (term and cumulative GPAs are equal to or greater than 2.0):

  • You must meet with your assigned EOF Counselor at least once a month each semester.

Continuing Students NOT in Good Academic Standing (term or cumulative GPA below 2.0):

  • You must meet bi-weekly with your assigned EOF advisor every semester until your term and cumulative GPA meets good academic standing as determined by school of affiliation.