As a student proceeds through the medical curriculum, progress is monitored at the completion of each semester by the Student Promotions/Special Program Subcommittee of the Academic and Professionalism Committee (APC). Recommendations regarding academic standing are made to the APC and are then forwarded to the Executive Dean. A student will be placed in one of the following categories:
A. Good Standing A student is in Good Standing if she/he has:
B. Academic Remediation A student will be placed in academic remediation if she/he has:
Academic remediation requires that the student's entire academic record and other relevant information be reviewed by the APC. A decision to permit continuation in the curriculum, to recommend remedial experiences, or for a motion for dismissal will be made by the APC.
All academic remediation will be coordinated by the ADSA. Identification of the student’s barriers to success may include but are not limited to psychological and medical evaluations, and/or consultations with learning specialists. The ADSA will monitor student compliance with remediation recommendations.