West Virginia University’s Division of Student Affairs will be offering the Mid-Semester Help Center on Monday, March 5, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Mountainlair Commons area and from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Student Recreation Center to help students.
“The mid-semester time frame is a critical point for WVU students,” said Regan Bruni, Director of Student Affairs Assessment and Student Success Program. “It gives students the opportunity to review academic performance as well as make adjustments in study habits and class schedules if needed.”
The Mid-Semester Help Center will provide a one-stop shop where students can add or drop classes, speak with a financial aid counselor, meet with an advisor from the Undergraduate Advising Services Center, or get information on tutoring. Other offices on hand to assist students include the Office of Student Employment, Office of Disability Services, WELLWVU and several other support services.
Students seeking advice and information are encouraged to ask questions, access key information, learn about WVU support services, add or drop classes or schedule follow-up appointments with other University resources.
“Mid-semester is a good time for all students to reassess where they are, whether this means picking up an extra class to try to graduate early, dropping a class and taking it in the summer or meeting with someone about a potential learning disability that may be hindering academic success,” Bruni said. “The Help Center provides students the opportunity to talk with University representatives to make sure the students understand the impact on their academic progress.”
CONTACT: Regan Bruni, Student Affairs
(304) 293-7982, Regan.Bruni@mail.wvu.edu
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