|(a) For each student who fails to meet the minimum
passing standards described in §4.57 of this title (relating
to Minimum Passing Standards), an institution shall:
(1) Establish a program to advise the student regarding
developmental education necessary to ensure the readiness of that
student in performing freshman-level academic coursework.
(2) Determine a plan, working with the student, for
academic success, which shall include developmental education and
may include provisions for enrollment in appropriate non-developmental
(b) Each plan for academic success shall:
(1) Be designed on an individual basis to provide the
best opportunity for each student to succeed in obtaining his or her
career and/or academic goals. At a minimum, the individual plan shall
(A) Career advising;
(B) Course-based and/or non-course-based developmental
(C) Campus and/or community student support services/resources;
(D) Degree plan or plan of study;
(E) Regular interactions between student and designated
point of contact (e.g., advisor, faculty member, peer and/or community
(F) Registration for next semester/next steps; and
(G) Differentiated placement.
(2) Provide to the student a description of the appropriate
developmental education considered necessary to ensure the readiness
of that student to perform freshman-level academic coursework.
(3) Provide to the student an appropriate measure for
determining readiness to perform freshman-level academic coursework,
as described in §4.59 of this title (relating to Determination
of Readiness to Perform Freshman-level Academic Coursework).
(c) Institutions shall consider all federal laws pertaining
to individuals with disabilities when assessing and advising such