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Probation Overload Request

PLEASE NOTE: The deadline to submit a request is contained in your probation letter.  Requests after this deadline will not be considered.

According to College policy, students who are on Academic Probation are limited to pursing 13 or fewer credit hours. This form allows students to request the opportunity to take more credits than they would normally be permitted. Students are highly encouraged, but not required, to submit any supporting documentation (e.g. hospital/medical records and letters of support from faculty or staff at the College). All documentation must be received by the date in your probation letter to be considered. Documentation may be mailed to Community Standards, Finger Lakes Community College, 3325 Marvin Sands Dr., Canandaigua, NY 14424, or faxed to (585)396-0905. Responses to Probation Overload Requests will be sent to student College e-mail addresses. If you have questions about this request please contact us at (585)785-1211.

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I am sending documentation to support this request (Optional) *(Response only Required)
Documentation may be mailed to "Community Standards - Room 1125, Finger Lakes Community College, 3325 Marvin Sands Drive, Canandaigua, NY 14424"or faxed to (585)396-0905. Materials must reach the Community Standards Office by the date mentioned above.

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Acknowledgement

I acknowledge that if my Probation Overload Request is approved, I must meet the Academic Standards and/or Academic Regulations at the end of my first semester return to FLCC, and I will be required to comply with any enrollment conditions set by the Committee on Academic Standing and/or Director of Community Standards. I acknowledge that only one request may be filed/considered each semester and that the decision of the Committee on Academic Standing and/or Director of Community Standards is final. I understand that decisions on Probation Overload Requests will be sent to student College (axp) e-mail addresses and that decisions WILL NOT be released over the phone.