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Academic Success Center's Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

  1. What is the Academic Success Center and where is it located?
  2. What services are offered in the Academic Success Center?
  3. How do I get a tutor or other academic support?
  4. When should I go to the Academic Success Center?
  5. What does "Conditionally" accepted mean  what are the requirements?
  6. What is the SEEK program?
  1. What is the Academic Success Center and where is it located? 

    The Academic Success Center provides an opportunity for students to receive assistance with their academic endeavors. The goal is to assist students in becoming a more efficient and effective learner.  Opportunities are provided for students to participate in individual or group academic support sessions and workshops.  For more information students are encouraged to visit the Academic Success Center on the 2nd floor of the Vaux-Logan Building. 

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  2. What services are offered in the Academic Success Center? 

    The Academic Success Center offers:
    Tutoring
    Computer Labs
    Student work areas
    Quiet study areas
    Skill building workshops 

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  3. How do I get a tutor or other academic support? 

    All students seeking a tutor or needing academic support should set up an appointment with the Academic Success Center located on the 2nd floor of the Vaux-Logan building. 

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  4. When should I go to the Academic Success Center? 

    Students are welcome to visit the Academic Success Center at anytime.  Students that are seeking additional support or experiencing difficulty with their classes are strongly encouraged to utilize services early. 

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  5. What does "Conditionally" accepted mean and what are the requirements?

    A student who fails to meet the full admissions requirements but show potential to be successful at the college level may be admitted on a conditional basis.  Students who are conditionally accepted must sign a contract agreeing to the following: 
    *  Participation in the SEEK program and attendance of all workshops
    *  Obtain a minimum 2.0 GPA at the end of the first two semesters 

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  6. What is the SEEK program? 

    The SEEK program stands for Students Eagerly Exploring Knowledge. 
    The program offers:
    *  Opportunities to recieve assistance with academic endeavors
    *  Support as students make the transition from high school to college
    *  Leadership skills
    *  Support with academic & social activities 

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