Admissions based program designed to provide first-year students with additional support to help them reach their academic goals.
The Academic Improvement Plan (AIP) offers individualized academic support for students re-admitted into Southeast who failed to successfully complete Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) during their probationary period. Students are required to meet with a designated staff member to complete a College Success Plan (CSP) for the first eight weeks of the semester. If students are not in attendance for their meetings or do not complete their CSP, the hold on their account will not be removed.
Students work individually with a staff member to design a plan for academic and personal success. Plans are typically designed to be implemented over eight to twelve weeks and conver topics necessary for student success including planning, class preperation, campus community involvement and an overview of academic skills.
Offered each semester to futher students' development skills in academic and personal enrichment areas. Sample topics include: note taking, time management, self-advocacy, diversity, understanding lecture notes and basic computer skills.
Through collaborative learning techniques and structured group study sessions, SI Leaders currently provide assistance for Chemistry and Anatomy and Physiology I and II. Sessions are offered throughout the week, with SI Leaders working directly with faculty to develop study materials related to those courses.
Offering a nationally certified College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) tutorial program to Southeast students. Students can recieve scheduled one-on-one and small group tutoring from trained learning assistants in courses ranging from mathematics to chemistry. In addition, open lab assistance is provided on a walk-in basis.