A huge lesson that they try to teach all the way through the academy is that individuals need to learn to be team members, and that extends to requesting help when you need it. Most CGA students are high academic achievers who are not at all used to failing in their studies, so they may not be accustomed to reaching out. Certainly tell yourself you'll work harder, that you won't waste time, that you'll somehow be smarter next semester, all of those good things, but then go get some help. Roomies can be good, your company has people to help, each department has office hours if your specific prof is too busy to see you, but find someone earlier rather than too late and make progress.
And even if it is too late to fix your grades this semester (and it may not be) the demonstrated effort to use the resources available will help when it comes to deciding what happens if you do find yourself on academic probation again. There's a lot more sympathy for those who are doing everything possible vs those who just tighten up in a hard ball of effort without reaching for offered assistance.