Center for Teaching & Learning
Student Support Program
The Student Support Program offers professional learning assistance and facilitation two hours per week, scheduled according to students' availability. This aid helps students grasp course content and develop learning strategies that will enable them to be in control of their own education. Students work with the same learning consultant twice a week during the semester in a mentoring relationship. Coursework is closely monitored through contact with faculty and consistent recording of progress. Support includes assistance with time management, organizational skills, writing, test preparation, research skills, and critical thinking skills. Any student from any degree program is eligible to participate in the Student Support Program.
The Student Support Program is available each semester for an additional fee.
The Student Support Program offers the following services for its participants:
- Help with note taking, textbook management, research, and study skills
- Aid in time management
- Aid in building test preparation skills
- Assistance in keeping organized and on track in courses
- Expertise in course content, assignments, and expectations of professors
- Assistance in developing critical thinking skills
- Help in tracking progress in courses
- Guidance in writing papers and in understanding course content
For additional information contact:
Kathy Bloomfield, M.A.
Associate Director, Center for Teaching and Learning