Academic Support Programs
Academic Support focuses primarily on supporting the retention of ALANA Students. We assist students in navigating the academic maze of the University through one-on-one meetings to address issues relative to academic planning and scheduling, financial aid, course preparation and other matriculation and retention issues.
Here’s how we can help: we advocate for you with the Bursar’s Office, Financial Aid Office and the Registrar’s Office; conduct pre-advising preparation meetings; inform you about important academic deadlines and provide counsel and encouragement to keep you on track.
Imagine sitting in a circle with 15 other students talking about subjects you rarely get to discuss. What’s unique about Intergroup Dialogue is that your experiences are at the center of learning about & understanding differences IGD provides an interactive classroom setting to explore issues in small, co-facilitated diverse groups.
Why take Intergroup Dialogue?
1. Diversity on campus does not always = meaningful interaction across groups.
2. You are better prepared to live and work in a diverse society when you engage with diverse perspectives.
3. You will gain real world communication skills, practicing dialogic methods, and build opportunities for intergroup collaboration.
Educ202 - 4 credit course
Educ 392B- 1 credit course
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