3.5: You are eligible for the Honor Society and the National Dean's List.
3.3: You are on the Skyline College Dean's List.
3.3: You graduate with Honors.
Make the most of your Skyline College experience
Get to know your professors
Visit your professors outside of class.
Discuss ideas for term papers and class projects with your professors.
Discuss your career plans and ambitions with your professors.
Be an active learner
Take notes in class.
Participate in classroom discussions.
Study two hours each week for every hour in class.
Write summaries of major points and information in your textbook and notes.
Form study groups to explain material to another student.
Do additional reading on topics that were introduced and discussed in class.
Use Counseling Services
Talk with a counselor at least once a semester.
Seek help from a counselor if you experience any difficulties that affect your academic performance.
Use the Library
Learn to use the electronic references in the Library.
Take introduction to Library Resources, LSCI 100 or LSI 105.
Improve your skills
Take classes to develop effective reading and writing skills.
Use a dictionary or thesaurus to look up proper word meanings.
Make use of the writing and math assistance labs in The Learning Center.
Take advantage of College Support Services
Visit the Career Center and Transfer Center.
Seek help from tutors in The The Learning Center.
Get to know other students
Make friends with students whose ages, ethnic backgrounds, and interests are different from yours.
Join a club.
Form study groups with other students in your classes.
Participate in cultural and current events
Attend art exhibits, concerts, lectures, and other college activities.
Talk about art, music, theater, and current events with other students.
Read and discuss the opinions of editorials and critics.
If your GPA is below 2.0
You will be placed on Academic Probation if you have attempted at least 12 semester units and earned a GPA below 2.0 in all units graded or if more than 50% of all units graded are W, I, and NC. A student on probation for more than 2 consecutive semesters may be subject to dismissal. For more information, see the Student Handbook.
The Student Success Program is designed to assist students on probation or dismissal status to promote their academic success.