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The Academic Success Center provides centralized support services to all undergraduate students at UMBC. Through a coordinated approach and an unwavering commitment to student success, the Academic Success Center fosters a welcoming environment that provides a one-stop opportunity through Academic Policy, Academic Learning Resources, and Academic Advocacy for students to achieve their academic goals and claim their future with a UMBC degree.

Academic Success Center Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Academic Policy


    • Academic ombuds services


    • Admissions interviews involving prior academic misconduct


    • Course repeat petitions


    • General undergraduate academic policy questions


    • Grading method petitions


    • Late-add petitions


    • Non-applicable semester petitions


    • Petitions regarding the General Education Program and/or University Requirements


    • Petitions regarding undergraduate commencement participation



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Academic Learning Resources


    • Appointment tutoring


    • Computing Success Center


    • First year interventions/alerts


    • Internationally certified tutor training program


    • Math and Science Tutoring Center


    • Online learning resources


    • Placement testing


    • Proficiency-building courses


    • Supplemental Instruction Peer-Assisted Study Sessions


    • Workshops


    • Writing Center



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Academic Advocacy


    • Coordinated care to connect students to appropriate university resources and services


    • Early outreach with students to enhance persistence, progression, and timely degree completion


    • Guidance for students in navigating institutional policies, processes, and petitions


    • Individual student appointments for academic success


    • Response to individual student inquiries and faculty/staff referrals to assess and address academic matters that may be barriers to graduation



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