The Office of Student Success and Retention is committed to providing a transformative educational experience that promotes the academic and personal success and engagement of all undergraduate students.
By providing oversight of the centralized academic advising unit (Student Advising Services), Finish in 4 and retention, our goal is to support students in identifying educational experiences and opportunities to achieve their academic and personal aspirations.
Our overall goal is to provide a collaborative leadership method in developing a highly structured retention strategy on campus that engages faculty, senior leadership and staff whose work is student-centered.
The major premise is to develop and implement comprehensive retention services for the promotion of student success toward graduation.
Finish in 4 (FIF) is the university’s commitment to providing the resources needed for entering freshman students to graduate in four years. Finish in 4 is a campus-wide effort to meet our students’ graduation goals by helping them understand their responsibilities in earning their degree in a timely manner.
SAS advisors also assist students in transition (changing majors), pre-professional students, including prehealth (students interested in pursuing a degree in medicine, dentistry, optometry, podiatry, chiropractic or physician assistant studies) and pre-law.
Last updated: October 24, 2016 10:31 am EST