R2R: Academic Probation Services

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What is R2R?

The Road 2 Resiliency is a community on campus that seeks to foster safe and brave spaces for EOP students who are experiencing academic difficulty. By introducing these students to the broader network of resources such as advising, a 2 unit academic seminar, workshops, and more, students build community and access resources that serve as a catalyst towards their resilience and holistic success at Cal. The R2R community seeks to affirm the challenges students face and emphasize that they are not alone in this process.

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Events & Opportunities

Events & Opportunities

Register for our R2R Seminar for Fall 2023

The Application for the 2-unit R2R Seminar for Fall 2023 is now open! Register today as spots fill up fast. The application for the R2R seminar will be open until all spots are filled. The first meeting for the seminar will be on September 5th. This course meets in-person for lectures on Tuesdays and has two sixty (60) minute options for a Thursday in-person discussion from either  2:00pm-3:00pm or 3:00pm-4:00pm. Please note that weekly attendance is required for both lecture and discussion. 

Stay tuned here for more updates on our resources and services for Fall!


About the R2R Seminar

Community Learning Experience

The R2R course, offered in Fall and Spring semesters, is designed to empower students in becoming more knowledgeable about their college’s Academic Probation policies while also supporting them in successfully clearing Academic Probation. Over the course of a semester, students read and reflect on a range of texts that speak to models of personal and academic development which assist students in contextualizing their experiences and developing strategies to hone their academic strategies. 

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"The Road 2 Resiliency: Striving Towards Success & Overcoming Academic Probation"

Time Management & Study Strategies

Students will be empowered with the knowledge, skill sets and tools needed to develop an individualized schedule that supports their academic success and personal wellness

Mental Health

Students will validate one another's personal and academic experiences as they practice extending and receiving affirmations in the spirit of self-compassion, acceptance, and self-love.

Community Building

Students will build a peer-to-peer community that offers personal and emotional support as well as a network of critical campus resources conductive to their academic success.

Self-Reflection & Identity Development

Students will gain a clearer understanding of their personal motivation through learning opportunities that allow them to reflect on and reframe their experiences.