The Center for Student Success offers students a central place to receive a range of academic support, resources, and guidance.
Do you need an academic tutor, pointers for managing your time, advice from a peer mentor, help navigating resources on and off campus, or guidance on self-care? Do you need advice about a disability or how to take a medical leave? We are here to help.
The center offers LEAD courses to help build academic, professional, or life skills that will enhance your college experience. We also help with academic topics, provide tutoring resources, financial problem-solving, information about medical leaves, disability resources, health and wellness support, and more.
The center includes the offices of Disability Resources, Health Promotion for Students, and Student Academic Success Programs. Each office is led by professional staff who provide targeted programs, resources, and events that support and empower students as they work toward successful completion of their academic program.
Depending on your needs, you may meet with staff in any or all of our three areas. Our services are free of charge. Although we specialize in meeting the needs of first-generation and low-income students, the center welcomes any student enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences and in the Conservatory of Music