Center for Educational and Retention Counseling
Online Retention Strategies Follow Up Session
The Center for Educational and Retention Counseling (CERC) is concerned about your academic performance; our goal is your retention and graduation. We initiated the "D" status workshops (Retention Strategies Sessions) to give you the skills to help remove the "D" probationary status. Beginning this semester, a new college policy places a Hold on your ability to register for the winter and spring semester, because of your "D" status. Therefore, it is important to use what you learned in the workshop to help get you off probation. To remove the Hold you must complete the survey below. The survey is a follow-up to the workshop you attended during the spring or summer. It is to remind you about what you can do now, to get better grades and again, become a student in good academic standing. We wish you success in the pursuit of your degree and hope that you take advantage of the resources which are available to you.
- A new college policy places a HOLD on your ability to register for the winter and spring semesters, because of your D status.
- To remove the HOLD you must complete the survey below.
- Once the survey has been completed the HOLD on your record will be released within 24 hours. Then you will be able to self register up to your credit limit (11.5 credits).
IF YOU ARE REGISTERD WITH THE CENTER FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES (CSD) YOU ARE TO MEET WITH YOUR CSD COUNSELOR TO RELEASE THE HOLD ON YOUR RECORD (CALL 516.572.7241).
Instructions on how to access CERC's Follow-up Survey:
- To access CERC's Follow-up online survey, go to https://www.research.net/s/57MBQBK.
- Complete all of the questions asked in the survey.
- Click "Done" at the end of the survey.
You may first print the survey before you click Done.
- A confirmation of your completion of survey will
- be submitted to CERC office.
You can reach the Center for Educational and Retention Counseling at 516.572.7141, or come to our office in Nassau Hall room 19.
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