Baylor University’s Paul L. Foster Success Center – Provides a challenging, invigorating, enriching, and supportive environment to foster deep engagement in the academic community.
Best Practice: Preparing for Finals Workshop – Helps students develop a study plan and study guide and determine areas of focus.
Laredo Community College Student Success Center – Provides services to help first-time college (FTC) and current students succeed.
Best Practice: Peer Mentor Program – Chooses students who have reflected academic expertise, trustworthiness, caring, and reliability to mentor students by sharing information about college life, teaching time-management skills, developing successful study habits, helping students find answers to college questions, and encouraging students to be involved in organizations.
Our Lady of the Lake University – Provides free tutorial assistance and mini-workshops to improve academic skills.
Best Practice: Project Student Excellence – Provides opportunities for academic development for first-generation college students, students with disabilities, or financially disadvantaged students.
San Jacinto College Student Success Center – Provides free tutoring; tutors are certified by the College Reading and Learning Association.
Best Practice: SmarThinking – An online partnership that provides free tutoring access 24/7.
University of Houston-Clear Lake Student Success Center – Provides tutoring, peer mentoring, supplemental instruction sessions, and stress relief.
Best Practice: Academic Support Referral – Upon receiving a notice from faculty, the Student Success Center contacts the student to arrange for academic assistance.
UT-Dallas Student Success Center - Facilitates learning through small group classrooms.
Best Practice: Success Coaching – A free service to UT Dallas students that provides a “personalized plan for studying, managing time, navigating the university, or just getting on the path to academic success.”