The Arts and Sciences Advising Center, in collaboration with other campus offices, developed this list of resources, specifically geared toward Seattle University students. It may include many resources that are available to the broader community.
SU has stringent academic requirements and you will be regularly challenged to do your best both in and outside of the classroom. Experiencing academic difficulty is not unusual or something to be ashamed of. If you begin to feel overwhelmed and are not doing as well as you would like, review the information below and utilize resources available to you on campus. If you would like to work with an advisor regarding your academic success, contact your assigned academic advisor or stop by the Arts & Sciences Advising Center.
Struggling in the classroom? Stressed about finances or other personal concerns? Not feeling connected here? There are many resources available that can help support your personal development and academic success. In addition, these resources can help you connect with other students, engage with the campus and larger community, and take advantage of all there is to offer at SU.
Do you have questions about what it means to be in good academic standing or on probation? Each college at Seattle University has different policies regarding academic standing and this page provides an overview of academic standing policies for the College of Arts and Sciences.
If you are struggling in your classes due to personal or academic challenges, you may receive an academic alert or consider a hardship withdrawal. Learn more about academic alerts and hardship withdrawals here.
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