Term Three

Your participation in Term Three of the Back on Track program will depend on your academic standing at the end of Term Two. Please refer to the three options below (BOT 140, BOT 145 or BOT 150) based on your Term Two academic standing.

Term Three - BOT 150 (Good Academic Standing)

CLASSES: Will I be taking regular classes this term?

During this term, you are required to again enroll in your pre-approved courses at SFU. While restrictions are still in place, you may talk to your advisor about exploring your options for the term.

You will also continue to work on your individual learning plan goals set in the first term, and are encouraged to take the opportunity to set new learning plan goals for your third term. 

As before, the BOT advisors remain in contact with all students through email, phone, or in-person appointments and students are asked to contact the program office and/or their program academic advisors throughout the term should they have any questions or require further support and/or advising.

REQUIREMENTS: What do I have to do this term?

On top of your regular courses, you will be required to:

  • Attend all advising follow up appointments; and,
  • Complete Check-in/Course Planning appointment with your academic advisor.

COST: How much does Term Three (GAS) cost?

For students in Good Academic Standing, there is no fee for Term Three.

 

Term Three - BOT 145 (Continued on Academic Probation)

CLASSES: Will I be taking regular classes this term?

During this term, you are required to again enroll in your pre-approved courses at SFU while continuing to work on your individual learning plan goals set in the first term.

You can also take the opportunity to set new learning plan goals for your third term.

As before, the BOT advisors remain in contact with all students through email, phone, or in-person appointments and students are asked to contact the program office and/or their program academic advisors throughout the term should they have any questions or require further support and/or advising.

REQUIREMENTS: What do I have to do this term?

On top of your regular courses, you will be required to:

  • Attend the required weekly seminars/ online components (BOT 145)
  • Attend all advising follow up appointments; and,
  • Complete Check-in/Course Planning appointment with your academic advisor.
Please Note: Program participation is monitored throughout the term. Non-participating students will be removed from the Program, dropped from their active classes, and will have their academic standing returned to Required to Withdraw.

COST: How much does Term Three (CAP) cost?

For students Continued on Academic Probation, the cost for BOT 145 is $591.23*.

*Subject to approval

 

Term Three - BOT 140 (Required to Withdraw)

CLASSES: Will I be taking regular classes this term?

During this term, you are again required to enroll in pre-approved courses at SFU. However, because you were Required to Withdraw, you will need to meet with your advisor before classes begin to review your course plan and ensure that it is appropriate for your final term in the program.

You are also required to participate in a second set of weekly group seminars which are co-facilitated by staff from SFU's Student Learning Commons and Health and Counselling Services (BOT 140). This second set of seminars is different than Term Two, and focuses on addressing your individual learning plan goals set in the first term.

As before, the BOT advisors remain in contact with all students through email, phone, or in-person appointments and students are asked to contact the program office and/or their program academic advisors throughout the term should they have any questions or require further support and/or advising.

REQUIREMENTS: What do I have to do this term?

On top of your regular courses, you will be required to:

  • Attend the required weekly seminars (BOT 140);
  • Attend all advising follow up appointments; and,
  • Complete Check-in/Course Planning appointment with your academic advisor.

Please Note: Program participation is monitored throughout the term. Non-participating students will be removed from the Program, dropped from their active classes, and will have their academic standing returned to Required to Withdraw.

COST: How much does Term Three (RTW) cost?

For students that were Required to Withdraw again last term, the cost for BOT 140 is $591.23* for the third term.

*Subject to approval

 

End of Term Three and Continuation

You have finished your courses, completed the program requirements, and have received your grades. What comes next?

I finished the term with...

Good Academic Standing

Program Complete!

You've had a good term, and you are now back in Good Academic Standing. You are able to continue your studies at SFU.

Students in GAS are still encouraged to maintain contact with an advisor in Student Engagement & Retention.

Continued on Academic Probation

Program Complete!

You've had a good term, but still are Continuing on Academic Probation (CAP). You are able to continue your studies at SFU.

Students in CAP are still encouraged to maintain contact with an advisor in Student Engagement & Retention.

Required to Withdraw

Program Complete.

You worked hard, but your struggles continued this term. As a result, your term GPA was below 2.00 and you are now Required to Withdraw from SFU.

We encourage you to meet with your BOT advisor for information on your RTW status and options for re-entry into SFU.

Are you Required to Withdraw this term?