Section 2: The Student Success Center

 

Services provided by the Student Success Center

Academic Advising
Faculty members serve as Academic Advisors at CSU. Academic Advisors are assigned to a student based on their chosen major.  Academic Advisors will help students with registering for classes and direct students to resources that enable sound career and personal choices.


Student-Athlete Success

The Student-Athlete Success Coordinator works with all student-athletes and their coaches to ensure that students do all that is necessary to maintain their eligibility to play. Services available include: personal counseling, NCAA academic advising, study hall arrangements, and academic progress checks.


Testing Center

Designed to provide a supervised testing environment for students who must take a test out of schedule. This includes special needs students and students who are representing the university on official business (all other students must receive permission from their professor).  Testing appointments must be made 24 hours in advance.  Students must present their student id cards to use the Testing Center.


Learning Center 

We will establish and maintain a scholarly climate where all learners can think, learn and grow. We will encourage holistic student development with an emphasis on academic understanding, acquisition of study skills, and growing spiritual maturity. An academic support service available to all students at CSU. Trained learning consultants and professionals provide the following services designed to maximize your learning experience across the curriculum:

  • Learning skills, writing and content-area consultations by appointment
  • Walk-in labs at peak hours

 

Intervention for Probation Students

The Coordinator of Student Intervention works with all students who have not met Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and are currently on Academic Probation. Staff works closely with professors to identify potential problems with students who miss too many classes, making poor grades, and having social issues.  This is accomplished through the Student Outreach System, S.O.S.


Student Success Programs

Workshops are offered each semester.  Some examples are: Personal Responsibility, Make Your Textbooks Work for You, Money and College Life: Cash Management and Spending Plans, Wise Note Making.


Disability Services

In accordance with sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and The Americans with Disabilities Act, CSU is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for disabled students who are “otherwise qualified” to pursue college level work.

  

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