The “at risk” notification to the student is the Program’s due diligence in making the student aware of their unsatisfactory status and is issued by the Student Assessment & Promotions Committee. "At risk" indicates a student is at risk for not being promoted to the next semester.
An "at risk" notification may be rendered when the student has:
- Failed two or more exams;
- Scored below expected levels of performance on assignments;
- Has achieved an unacceptable professionalism rating; and/or
- Is mathematically at risk for failing one or more courses.
Students receiving "at risk" notifications from the SAPC may:
- Be required to step down from elected or appointed student leadership positions;
- Not participate in elective clinical courses;
- Be placed with clinical preceptors in Colorado and well-known to the Program; and/or
- Be subject to loss of scholarship funds;
- Be required to meet with the Student Success Facilitator as determined by the course director or SAPC.