Typically, students will have a total of three meetings with the Office of Student Standards. When students receive a longer probationary period, they may have multipe meetings. It's essential that when you are contacted for these meetings, you schedule and attend as soon as possible. Many times, students have the ability to be released from probation early. However, this only occurs when students maintain sanction compliance in a timely manner.
Probation is usually designed with three meetings over the course of your period. The first meeting is held to determine whether a violation of the student Code of Conduct was made. After this is settled between you and a representative of Judical Affairs, your probation period will begin.
About halfway through probation, you will have a mid-point meeting with a member of staff. This is usally a good time to have any mandated workshops completed (ie. YOP, Alcohol Level I or II, DAWN Assessment).
Your final probation meeting will occur after you submit an exit letter to the Office of Student Standards. The release letter should be the final sanction completed because it is designed to be a reflective tool where you are asked to reflect on your probation period and how it has affected you. When you come to this final meeting, it is important to bring any other sanction requirement with you. Most times, but not always, this includes community service.
After your final meeting, you folder will be reviewed one last time to ensure all sanction requirements are met and you will receive written verfification of your completion and release from probation.