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SALISBURY UNIVERSITY

The Center for Student Achievement

The Center for Student Achievement

Important Information

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Summer tutoring:
CHEM 221
Tutoring ends Wednesday 8/9.
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2009 Website Award

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The Center for Student Achievement (CSA) offers an array of academic success programs such as academic coaching, academic workshops, Supplemental Instruction, and tutoring that are designed to maximize every Salisbury University student's potential for achievement.

2017 CRLA Outstanding Mentor

The CRLA Outstanding Mentor award is a national honor which recognizes a student for academic excellence and exemplary support to his/her peers. Please join us in congratulating SU's own Cassie Brooks in being chosen as the 2017 Outstanding Mentor.
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Congratulations, Cassie! Thank you for your dedication to the CSA and Supplemental Instruction at SU!
To read Cassie's winning essay, click here.

Mission Statement

In collaboration with Academic Affairs and Student Affairs, the mission of the CSA is to enhance student learning, academic success and personal growth through engagement in the Salisbury University academic community. The Center for Student Achievement provides holistic support to all undergraduate students in their pursuit of personal and academic goals.

Goals

  • Support the academic success of all undergraduate students
  • Promote academic success through strategic use of resources
  • Increase students' abilities to become independent learners
  • Partner with faculty to create a "seamless learning environment" (Kuh, 1996)
  • Help students develop competencies that will directly enhance their success in the classroom
  • Support initiatives to increase student retention and graduation rates

 

 

For questions, comments, or suggestions about the Center for Student Achievement's web site contact Heather Holmes or Elle Phillips at 410-677-4865.

 
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