Success Programs

Support for First-Year Students

The Center for Student Success provides you with the resources and support you need to successfully transition to college.

Whether you are looking for academic support, mentoring, or a group of peers to connect with, you will find a success program that is a perfect fit for you.

At UHart, we offer a wide range of services to help support and enhance your UHart academic and student life experience. Connect with your student peers to prepare for success through academic support and mentoring programs.

Academic Support

Focused instruction is available for students to enhance their math, science, reading, and writing skills, including services for non-native English speakers. We also provide accommodations for students with documented disabilities, promoting self-advocacy and independence in a supportive environment.

If, after your first semester in college, you are in need of some additional support to make improvements in your second semester, we have options to help! Connect with the Center for Student Success to find the best path for success.

Tutoring Services

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UHart’s comprehensive academic support services include free, one-on-one faculty and peer tutoring through the Center for Student Success. Undergraduate and graduate students tutor in writing, chemistry, biology, math, physics, social sciences, engineering, business, foreign languages, and the performing arts.

We also provide individualized assistance to anyone in the University community who wants to develop efficient strategies for writing across the disciplines. Ask for support with generating ideas for papers, writing research papers, and organizing and editing drafts.

Preceptor Program

Preceptors work within introductory and/or critical gateway courses and can assist with a variety of things such as: leading discussions, running writing workshops, leading a lab section, overseeing a group project, running an exam review session and offering the instructor feedback around creating a classroom environment supportive of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and more.

If you are a sophomore, junior and/or senior and interested in an opportunity such as this, please contact the department directly or the Center for Student Success (CSS) – Tutoring:

Affinity Mentoring Networks

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The LEAD Program

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The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) program is an exclusive leadership development, resilience coaching, and career readiness program for undergraduate women.

Designed to respond to the unique opportunities and challenges of female students at each stage of their undergraduate experience, LEAD provides students with the tools, training, and community to successfully navigate the journey to and through college to life and careers.