University College

Rocket Reboot


Reach your goals with the Rocket Reboot program! University College offers the Rocket Reboot program for any student on academic probation. The program is designed specifically to help students achieve and maintain good academic standing. Rocket Reboot is a semester-long program in which students will participate in various events and workshops designed to help them improve their GPA. While in this program, students will also meet one-on-one with an academic advisor and their success coach. You will have access to other campus resources as well.


  • Overcome academic challenges
  • Learn how to become more successful
  • Access to helpful resources
  • Be a part of a community of students dedicated to improving their academic standing

Why Should I Participate in Rocket Reboot

  • All students must maintain good academic standing for two key reasons:
    • To continue to receive financial aid
    • To continue academically
  • What is good academic standing?
    • Students must maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA to stay in Academic good standing
    • The minimum GPA to declare any major at UT is a 2.0 (most programs require a higher GPA)
  • Exploratory studies students are strongly encouraged to declare their major within three semesters in order to stay on track with degree requirements and graduation

Rocket Reboot Requirements

  • Attend Rocket Reboot seminar
  • Meet with Success Coach & Academic advisor during the semester
  • Complete Electronic Starfish Intake Form (Self-Reflection) –we will cover this in the seminar
  • Attend 1 Success Coach Workshop throughout the semester
  • Attend our Midterm Madness Check-in

rocket reboot Sessions

The next Rocket Reboot session will be held on Friday, January 17, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. in Rocket Hall 1530. You must register below to participate in the Rocket Reboot program.

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University College
Rocket Hall 1300

Last Updated: 12/20/19