Do you want to be successful during your time at Life University, but you feel that there is some additional academic support that you need to achieve that goal?Do you know where to get that support at Life University?
Life University’s Academic Support is here to help you with “renewing yourself” for academic excellence by offering services to assist you with achieving your academic goals! Academic Support services/programs can do this by helping you to foster the development of student competencies, life skills, and habits of academic excellence. We offer support services/programs to help you improve your study skills and develop effective learning strategies to enhance academic achievement. Attend Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) sessions, attend an academic workshop or two, meet with an Academic Support Professional with our Multicultural Student Academic Support Program (AALPHA and Global Voices), become either a mentee or mentor through our STARS Peer Mentoring Program. Studying late night? Well, we can help with that, too! Log onto your Tutor Me account via Blackboard to ask questions to a tutor 24/7. We even have academic learning centers (CCE 109 and CGUS 218) that you can come study alone or in a small group setting.
Do not believe how taking advantage of the services that the Academic Support provides. Read what your fellow Life University students have to say:
- “The SI sessions are very helpful,”
- “My grade improved greatly after attending this SI,”
- “I really enjoy the sessions, it helps me learn better and understand more,”
- “The workshop was amazing, just wish I had it sooner.”
- “Learning my preferences and study skills that connect directly with them. I feel way more confident in myself.”
The best part of this is that all of our services/programs are FREE and available to all Life University students.
Hope to “see” you in attendance!
Academic Support provides Life University students the following support services:
Peer-Assisted Learning program (PAL), academic workshops, Multicultural Student Academic Support program (Global Voices and AALPHA), STARS Peer Mentoring Program, make-up testing, and open academic learning centers.