Staff members are available to assist students upon request of the individual, referral by faculty, or if academic work has fallen below school standards for satisfactory academic progress.
Early Intervention Project
Identifies new undergraduate students at midterm during their first semester who are earning less than "C" grades in their courses. Students meet with Counseling and Student Services staff to discuss tutoring, counseling and other support services and strategies to assist in succeeding in course work.
We will refer students to the University Learning Center for assistance with liberal arts courses, including those taken through the Morse Academic Plan (MAP). We will also assist in identifying resources for courses in the selected major.
If you need assistance with your academic writing, we will refer you to the Writing Center, where you can work with experienced consultants at every stage of the writing process and on any piece of writing except for exams.
The Student Services staff, in conjunction with students' departmental academic advisers, can offer study skills and other strategies to assist both graduate and undergraduate students in their studies.
Student Services Workshops
The Student Services staff in conjunction with other university services offers a semester-long menu of workshops that help students maximize their academic and personal success. Offerings include time management, a professionalism series, and workshops that focus on financial matters and housing options. Workshops are tailored to the needs of all students and are offered in small group settings.