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STUDENT RETENTION & SUCCESS
  • *** The university is closed on Sunday, November 18th to mark the occasion of the Prophet’s Birthday.
  • *** Final Exam dates for Fall 2018 semester start on December 15 and end on December 20.
  • *** Withdrawal deadline for Fall 2018 semester is on November 8, 2018
  • *** Fall 2018 semester starts September 02, 2018 and ends December 20, 2018
  • *** Administration office hours are 8am - 5pm
WHAT CAN ACADEMIC SUPPORT DO FOR ME?
Individualized Academic Support: Individual counseling and monitoring of a student's academic progress is available on a walk-in basis.
 
University Tutoring Program: The Associate Director of Student Retention and Success provides referrals to peer tutors for students facing difficulties with a course.
 
Study Skills Workshops/Handouts: The Associate Director of Student Retention and Success offers educational workshops or handouts designed to improve study strategies and learning skills which could lead to enhanced academic performance. Past workshops have included time management, test taking skills and academic reading.
 
Accommodating Special Needs: Students with documented disabilities and special needs – both physical and learning disabilities should meet the Associate Director of Student Retention and Success to discuss ways to enable academic success. All information remains confidential.
 
Campus Outreach: Offers support to other divisions of Student Services and assists faculty/administration with individual student academic concerns; provides clarification on academic issues and policies.
 
Students on Academic Probation: Students with a GPA below 2.0 or are returning from an academic suspension are required to meet with the Associate Director of Student Retention and Success. During this meeting the Associate Director of Student Retention and Success and student discuss what has led to poor academic performance and will discuss solutions.
 
The goal of the program is to assist students in improving their grade point average and returning to good academic standing as quickly as possible.
 
The student meets the Associate Director of Student Retention and Success for an interview and assessment of learning style, study habits and reading skills. The Associate Director and the students will develop an individualized plan for academic success, which may include:
  • Regular meetings with the Associate Director of Student Retention and Success
  • Attendance at study skills workshops
  • Tutoring
  • Regular evaluation of progress toward learning goals
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