Academic Support contributes to retention and degree completion for Auburn University undergraduate students. It provides a variety of academic skill development programs that promote self-directed learning strategies and student success.
Academic Coaching: Academic Coaching is a personalized program empowering students to achieve their academic goals through improved study strategies and habits. Students collaborate with a trained coach to progress in areas of academic workload management, time management, testing, and more.
Plainsmen’s Prep: Plainsmen’s Prep is a 10-day experience for eligible incoming first-year students. The program provides an opportunity for participants to increase their initial math course placement as dictated by their math ACT/SAT score, bypassing prerequisite courses and supporting timely graduation.
Study Partners: Peer tutoring, by students who have excelled in the course, is offered for all undergraduates through the Study Partners program. Peer tutors encourage students to become independent learners through one-on-one and drop-in tutoring for a number of undergraduate core courses.
Study Smart: Study Smart is a non-credit, 10-week course for students on suspension that focuses on the skills required for academic success at Auburn University. The course guides students through an exploration of their responsibilities, motivation, self-awareness, and tools to maintain success.
Supplemental Instruction (SI): The Supplemental Instruction (SI) program supports historically difficult classes with weekly active-review sessions facilitated by students who previously excelled in the course. SI sessions are interactive opportunities to improve content knowledge, develop skills, and make peer connections.
To learn more, visit the Academic Support website at http://academicsupport.auburn.edu/, follow us on social media @AUAcadSupport, or call 334-844-5972.