Professional-Technical Admitted Students
Who Are Professional-Technical At-Risk Students?
These students are
identified as more at-risk than regularly admitted technical students. They
are identified as freshmen applicants who do not qualify for regular
admission due to one or more of the following:
2.0 High school transcript, high school core or college cumulative gpa;
into one or more developmental courses based upon COMPASS test scores;
one or more high school courses required for college entrance into technical
a GED since 1997 with at least a 500/50 score;
have graduated from a non-accredited high school or home school.
Can A Professional-Technical Advisor Identify Their AT-Risk Advisees?
There is a tool in
for this purpose! In your
account, go to
This tool will provide you with the student’s acceptance status and the
portion of the admission letter which refers to this status. The following
admission statuses indicate at-risk students:
Technical Admitted At-Risk (ADTT– Tentative)
(same as ADRP but for returning students)
Do Professional-Technical At-Risk Students Need to Know?
At-Risk Technical Students must:
with a Professional-Technical Counselor prior to signing up for a STAR
an Intake Session and Individualized Study Plan;
periodically with the Professional-Technical Counselor;
required developmental courses; and
12 college-level credits with at least a 2.0 Cum GPA.
Questions? Contact Career &
Advising Services at 208-792-2313, RCH 110