Once failing grades are certified for each course, Advising reaches out to failing student with remediation date and general info, including contact information for support services.
Student Promotions Committee (SPC) decides if student needs to appear before SPC and/or can remediate the failing grade.
At the start of the remediation self-study period, the Director of Foundational Science Integration, Phase 1, reaches out to students allowed to remediate with the remediation date & time and course-specific information on the remedial exam and the pass/fail cutoff.
Director of Foundational Science Integration, Phase 1, confirms remediation exam and pass/fail cutoff with statewide course director for each course being remediated.
The default location for remediation exams is Indianapolis. The Director of Curricular Operations orders exams and reserves room for testing in Indianapolis. If a student at a regional campus wishes to take the exam at their campus, the student will inform Director of Foundational Science Integration, Phase 1 and identify the person who will be proctoring the exam.
Once sites are confirmed, the Phase 1 Director of Foundational Science Integration:
Provides remediation exams, proctor names, and exam locations to the Director of Curricular Operations
Director of Curricular Operations orders exams
Director of Curricular Operations arranges proctors and reserves room for Indianapolis site remediation.
Day of remediation
Students take exams at designated times and pre-arranged places.
Once all remedial exams are completed at a given site, the proctor sends NBME exam results securely (via Slashtmp) to Director of Foundational Science Integration, Phase 1.
Phase 1 Director of Foundational Science Integration accesses results, determines outcome of each remediation, and informs the following of those results:
Advising (Assistant Dean of Mentoring & Advising, Learning Specialist Kristin Richey, student’s Lead Advisor)