Plan for Academic Success
The Plan for Academic Success (PAS) is a First Year Programs initiative offering conditionally admitted at-risk students personalized attention and one-on-one academic counseling throughout their first year. Students must participate in specialized Orientation Seminar 1G section, and academic skills workshops. Students must also complete 24 credits with a minimum 2.0 GPA in order to graduate from the program.
Students are enrolled in the Plan for Academic Success Program on the basis of their scholastic background as determined at the time of admission. Housed in the Office of Student Development & Retention, the Plan for Academic Success Program offers its students personalized attention and one-on-one academic counseling with a select group of specialized professional counselors. Throughout the academic year, the Program offers myriad services for students such as social events, textbook library access, group advisement sessions and recognition awards for academic achievement. Upon satisfactory completion of 24 credits with at least a 2.0 grade point average, students are referred to faculty advisors in their major departments for further program guidance.
For additional information, please contact:
Justine Butler, Assistant Director Freshman Advising
Jasmine Caccavelli, Freshman Advisor, PAS