Well we’re almost there, the end of another school year. Did you know that EMU students logged over 60, 000 hours at study tables last year!? The 61, 301 hours and 44 minutes that were logged at study tables is equal to 2554 Days spent studying! That’s 7 collective years spent moving towards academic success. Remember all the benefits of study tables? Not only will it help you academically, you can earn Eagle Reward points as well? How sweet is that?
HSC also facilitated almost 3, 000 success coach meetings to almost 900 hundred different students, helping to point them the way towards success. Meeting with a Success Coach is an excellent way to get you on track academically and personalize your education. Success coaches assist students in navigating the University system, as well as assisting in tracking progress toward both academic and personal goals. If you need a hand in developing a plan of action to tackle academic challenges and attain personal achievement, we are here to help! You could get that personalized help too.
And don’t forget Supplemental Instruction. The Supplemental Instruction (SI) Program is a free academic support service offered to currently enrolled undergraduate students at EMU through the Holman Success Center. SI works directly with numerous undergrad classes on campus. Each class for which SI is offered is supported by a trained SI Leader who facilitates weekly collaborative study sessions. Since last September, there were over 700 students meeting nearly 5, 000 times discussing and educating about dozens of different courses and topics. That’s a lot of extra help when it comes to tricky classes like earth sciences and philosophy.
And if SI isn’t enough, there is the always popular drop-in tutoring. Why pay the big bucks to some guy who posted on a college bulletin board because he says he can help improve your grade? The tutoring from HSC is with proven experts, and its free! With over 1200 sessions helping over 300 students, HSC drop-in tutoring might be the best kept secret on campus.