Student Success Programs
KU SUCCEED: FALL 2022
KU Succeed is an academic recovery program for students that are no longer in good academic standing (Academic Warning or Probation). The program was designed to help students to return to good academic standing by providing a framework for academic success. This framework includes skill-building seminars, mentoring, and educational and personal advising. KU Succeed seeks to provide academic services and guidance to support skills and attitudes that have been proven beneficial to students in their pursuit of excellence at KU. KU Succeed is a semester long commitment and completion of the program will qualify you for early registration for spring 2023.Click here to register today.
Success Academy 2022
Success Academy is a program designed to support your success and allow you to ROAR your loudest freshman year. Our Success Academy program assists you in your transition into college and provides academic support going into your freshman year.
Students who attend the Success Academy will be able to:
- identify campus resources to support the transition from high school to college
- understand growth and fixed mindset and how this impacts college success
- recognize study skills needed for college-level work
- name personal motivation factors and challenges related to college success
- identify academic and career resources available at KU
There is no cost associated with this program. Space in this program is limited to the first 150 students on a first-come, first-served basis until filled. Click here to register today.
If you have any questions, please contact 610-683-4007 or email email@example.com.
KU SUCCESS CONFERENCE
The KU Success Conference is an excellent opportunity for students on academic warning or probation to prepare for a successful spring semester. By attending the KU Success Conference, you will learn new academic success strategies; connect with faculty, staff and other students and gain insight from students who increased their academic success. The conference is held at the start of each spring semester.