Academic Success Module "ASM"
The Academic Success Module (ASM) provides the student with an understanding of the BYU—Idaho academic policies, resources available to each student, and how to return to Good Academic Standing.
A student on Academic Warning is automatically enrolled in ASM1. A student on Academic Probation is automatically enrolled in ASM2. A student who comes back off of Suspension is automatically enrolled in ASM3. All ASM courses are online and accessible through your I-Learn at the beginning of each semester.
The workshop takes approximately 1 hour to complete online.
The workshop does not have to be completed all at once. However, it is most advantageous to complete the workshop within the first three weeks of your next semester of enrollment. If you have not completed the workshop before grades are posted at the end of next semester of enrollment your academic status will not return to Good Academic Standing.
Completing the workshop within the first three weeks of a semester gives you an understanding of the academic policies that affect your academic standing before the drop deadline for full semester courses.
If you are in your off-track semester after the hold is placed on your account, you can complete the workshop during that off-track semester.
If you have not completed the workshop before grades are posted at the end of next semester of enrollment you will not return to Good Academic Standing.
The ASM hold does NOT restrict the ability to register for courses. An ASM hold only restricts the student's ability to have their Academic Warning or Probation lifted at the end of the semester. If the student does not complete the ASM Workshop by the end of their next semester of enrollment, their academic status will not return to Good Academic Standing.
Students with questions regarding their Academic Standing or the Academic Success Module can email email@example.com or call (208) 496-1023.
The following academic resources are available to assist all students in becoming academically successful:
- Department of Academic Learning (2nd floor, East Wing of the David O. McKay Library) includes:
- Reading Center
- Study Skills Center
- Writing Center
- Math Study Center
- Tutoring Center
- English Translation Center
- Service for Students with Disabilities
- Academic Discovery Center and Satellite Discovery Centers
- Individual Faculty Mentors
- Why do I have to complete the Academic Success Module (ASM)?
- How do I sign up for the Academic Success Module?
- How long does it take to complete the online ASM workshop?
- Why do I need to complete ASM in three weeks?
- When can I start the ASM?
- Does the ASM hold restrict my ability to register for courses?
- Who do I talk to for additional assistance?
- What additional campus resources are available to help me?
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For any Academic Petitions questions please email us at (208)-496-1023