What can I do to avoid academic probation?

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You should look for credits that fit into the degree or certificate pathways that interest you.  You should also ask lots of questions and watch for notices from the college and respond to requests for information right away.  Don’t wait until the first day of classes to ask questions. Counselors and financial aid advisors are all very busy during the first week or two of classes, and lines of students waiting for help are very long. In addition to the Financial Aid Office, you can get help from teachers, college admission counselors, academic advisors, or even the Admissions Office at the college or university you plan to attend. 

Be aware of timelines for WOU Assessment Based Learning Credits.  Remember you will not transcribe failing grades, but you should do your research before you accept your scores to determine whether or not they meet the needs of your future education programs.