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What is an Academic Status Report?

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An Academic Status Report (ASR) is a way for all faculty to provide early, personalized feedback regarding your progress in a class. The feedback may provide either satisfactory or unsatisfactory progress being made. It is not a part of your official transcript. 
During the fall, spring and summer semesters, faculty have the opportunity to submit ASRs weekly. Reporting periods are indicated on the Academic Calendar.
An ASR may include:
  • Your current grade in the class
  • A reason for the grade
  • Recommendation for improvement
Related Article: How Do I Know If I Received an Academic Status Report?


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