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Pathway to Academic Success
(P.A.S.) Program

The program is designed to support A&M-San Antonio students whose institutional G.P.A. has fallen below a 2.0. The program provides individualized coaching sessions to improve study habits, identify and remove obstacles that hinder success, and to determine appropriate resources based on student needs. 


Program Benefits 

Individualized Academic Coaching sessions.
Awareness of campus-wide academic resources and/or community resources.
Opportunity to improve academic strategies and tools for success.
Institutional G.P.A. increase with marked success to move back into good standing.

Program Requirements

Program participation is required for students on Scholastic Probation or for students receiving an approved Academic Reinstatement Appeal.

Designed with academic success in mind, program requirements for each semester include:

1. Attend ONE (1) Probation Orientation session (students may not begin program actions until they have completed their orientation session).
2. A Commitment to Completion Form, which will be completed during the Probation Orientation session by each student.
3. Complete ONE (1) face-to-face appointment with your Academic Success Coach.

Complete THREE (3) Academic Recovery Actions based on student's needs and/or recommendations from coaching sessions. Options include:
+  Face-to-face appointments
+  Attend G.R.O.W.L. Series Workshops - academic enhanced workshops
Jaguar Writing Center - develop reading skills; plan, draft, and revise written assignments.
Academic Learning Center - Tutoring Appointments/SI sessions
Mays Center - Career Exploration, Resume, Cover Letter, & Mock Interviews
Online Modules via Blackboard
+  Attend Study Halls

5. A 2.0 minimum term G.P.A. is required for students to continue enrollment for the next term. (see Academic Standing minimum grade requirements)

NOTE: Students will have a registration hold (Student Success Hold) placed on their account until all probation requirements have been met for each semester. Therefore, failure to complete P.A.S. program requirements for each semester will prevent students from registering for the following semester.


Contact the Student Academic Success Center 
at (210) 784-1307 or