What is the Phoenix Program Probation Agreement?
The Phoenix Program Agreement is an agreement between a student on academic probation and the assigned advisor that lists requirements for the student, calculates and explains target GPAs to get into good standing, and is signed during a scheduled advising appointment. The purpose of the Phoenix Agreement is to give UD students on academic probation structure to help raise their GPA and get into good standing. In order to register for classes during the Early Registration period, students must fulfill the terms of the agreement. Students must meet their advisor to sign the agreement during the first four weeks of the semester.