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Getting Back on Track After Academic Difficulty

University classes require a much different approach than high school. Many students struggle with that transition. Perhaps you never had to study in high school. Perhaps the amount of textbook reading just got overwhelming your first few semesters of college. Maybe you had to work more hours than you could handle. Maybe illness or a family emergency negatively affected your performance. Every student experiences academic difficulty for unique reasons. Whatever the reason for your challenges, help is available.

Consider working with a FREE reading and study strategies tutor in the ASC.

Consider enrolling in a credit-bearing GEN course offered by the ASC.

Coping with Failure at College offers advice for how torecover from academic difficulty.


Steps for Success: One Student's Advice


Getting Help