Office of Academic Success is here to help students create and achieve their own goals for success at Saint Paul College. Academic Success Coordinators can work one-on-one with students to make a customized success plan to fit individual needs.
Whether you are a prospective student, current student, or are thinking about returning to the College, Academic Success Coordinators are here to help, so make an appointment today!
Planning for Your Success
Whether it is help with understanding which courses to take or knowing your resources, an Academic Success Coordinator can help you figure out what you can do to become a successful Saint Paul College student. For students in College Readiness Program (CRP) courses, the Power of YOU program, or those who are Undecided/Undeclared, or Pre-Major students, an Academic Success Coordinator can assist you in establishing an individualized academic success plan helping you reach your academic goals in a timely manner.
Academic Success Coordinators understand that life does not always go as planned. You should plan on meeting with a Academic Success Coordinator before making major academic decisions, like withdrawing from a course or changing majors, and when needing academic guidance. Academic Success Coordinators can also help you discover how to overcome barriers to your success by completing an Academic Performance Assessment.
If you are on academic warning or academic probation, you are required to work with an Academic Success Coordinator. At this meeting, you will talk with your Academic Success Coordinators about your academic goals and develop a success plan. Additionally, if you are seeking help with registration, need assistance with time management, or have concerns about being a successful college student you are encouraged to meet with an Academic Success Coordinator.
To plan for your success, it is important that you make an appointment in advance of any major academic deadlines.
Call 651.846.1357 to make an appointment with a Academic Success Coordinator. All Power of YOU students can e-mail Michelle Bean or call 651.846.1345.