Director, Student Success Center
Our mission is to ensure the success of all students through campus
leadership, advocacy, and the establishment and implementation of
academic success programs that inspire progress toward graduation
and enhance the undergraduate student experience.
The Student Success Center promotes a campus culture of committed
engaged, and capable learners who pursue their academic goals and
in so doing, impact academic success, retention, and graduation.
The Andrews University Student Success Center is a comprehensive student service facility dedictated to helping undergraduate students:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the desire to maintain the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff the Student Success Center requests that individuals entering the office ware a mask.
Disability Accommodation (all students)
The Student Success Center gives careful evaluation of disability documentation to facilitate and coordinate appropriate academic and accessibility accommodations.
The Student Success Center (SSC) has strategies that are designed to help students who are experiencing academic difficulty. SSC provides appropriate intervention for students facing circumstances that may impede their academic success.
Students are expected to maintain the following minimum academic performance standards:
Undergraduate Success Advising is academic advising to students who are accepted to Andrews University, but may need academic support and skill building.
A Success Advisor, through the Student Success Center, will advise them. They will receive skills assessments and will be placed in classes selectively to enhance their academic success.
Undergraduate group tutoring is available free of charge to all Andrews University main campus students. This support service is managed by peer tutors and provides a safe and structured environment for learning. Group tutoring is offered in Zoom group and walk-in formats, Monday through Thursday.
PROCESS: Students who request tutoring must be registered for the undergradate course for which they have requested help.