The Office of Academic Achievement is home to programs and services that promote academic excellence, build student resilience, and remove barriers to student success. Our programs help students to thrive in college, persist in their studies, and graduate on time.
In the Office of Academic Achievement, we:
This project seeks to help student who earned a D, F, or W in a first-year gateway course. We will cover the students’ cost of retaking the course, enroll students in targeted sections with outstanding instructors, provide supplemental instruction, learning support, and peer support. Our goal is to assure that students are successful on their second attempt
We recognize that many of our students need to work while they are in school. To make it possible for our working students to participate in Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities we offer faculty and students the opportunity to make their research experiences into paid positions.
The Inclusive Pedagogy Academy (IPA) is a professional development opportunity designed to help faculty learn about, practice, and implement inclusive and learner-centered practices in their teaching in a supportive environment with colleagues. The IPA is offered once each year through the Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning and helps faculty to:
Associate Vice Chancellor of Academic Achievement
Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Transitions & Family Engagement
Director of University Honors & Leadership
Director of Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities
Director of University Advising