Academic Recovery Program

Students use the space by the copper wolves near Talley. Photo by Marc Hall

Information for Students:

The Academic Recovery Program is designed to help students enhance their academic experience this Fall semester.  Each student that participates in the program will create an individualized Academic Success Plan for the Fall 2017 semester to meet their own personal and academic goals.  The program focuses on Self Awareness (strengths exploration, self-management and personal values), Major and Career Goals (career assessment, major and career exploration), Academic Strategies (goal setting, learning strategies, academic resources, campus policies and procedures) and Campus Resources (tutorial support, counseling center and other resources for wellness).

 

Please visit go.ncsu.edu/academic.recovery to complete a short questionnaire to let Academic Advising Services know of your interest in participating in our program this fall.  A coordinator will be in contact to set up a time to have a more in depth conversation about the program, your needs, and how we can best assist you.

 

Additionally, if you are a student who is considering changing majors, we can assist you in identifying and transitioning to your new program. We could also discuss moving you into our ICT (Inter-College Transfer) advising program to work with a cross-curricular advisor until you are able to transfer into your new degree.

 

Victoria Silvestri, Academic Advisor and Lecturer

Academic Advising Services and Exploratory Studies

vmcasas@ncsu.edu

 

Majors Exploration Series

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University Tutorial Center

It’s not too early to begin thinking about using the services of the University Tutorial Center in the fall.

Free Career Assessments

Want to learn more about how your interests, values and skills relate to majors and careers?  Consider taking a career assessment such as Focus 2.  Counselors in the Career Development Center are available to answer …read more.