Academic Development Freshman Success Program
The Freshman Success Program
High Point University is interested in and committed to the academic success and progress of entering freshmen students. To assist freshmen in enhancing their academic and life skills as well as their transition to academic life, the university conducts the Freshman Success Program. The Freshman Success Program consists of taking the ADV-1101 Foundations for Academic Success course and participating in other supportive services, such as advisor conferences, using tutors, library support services and instructor conferences. The program is administered by the Associate Dean for Academic Development.
The Freshman Success Program is applied to the following groups:
- Based upon evaluative academic criteria, admitted entering freshmen are encouraged to complete the Freshman Success Program by enrolling in the ADV-1101 course during their first full semester of enrollment.
- First semester freshmen who earn less than a 2.00 GPA on 12 or more credits during their first semester of enrollment and have not successfully completed ADV-1101 will be required to complete the Freshman Success Program by enrolling in the ADV-1101 course during their second semester of enrollment.
For more information, contact Dr. D. Allen Goedeke at 1-800-345-6993 ext. 9191 , directly at 336-84109191 or email him at email@example.com.