Student Success Center
The Student Success Center (SSC) supports students in reaching their goals. The Student Success Center houses both Academic Support and the Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources (CADR), and is located in the Busch Student Center, Suite 331. Students can make an appointment with SSC resources via EAB Navigate.
Nobody said college would be easy, but we've got you covered when the going gets tough.
- Student Success coaching is here to help with challenges in and out of the classroom. Coaching supports students in implementing strategies to contribute to their academic and socio-emotional wellness.
- Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic assistance program that uses peer-assisted study sessions. SI sessions are regularly scheduled informal review sessions in which students compare notes, discuss readings and develop organizational tools.
- Tutoring is typically offered in one-on-one sessions. Highly qualified peer tutors are available to guide you through the challenges of many of SLU’s foundation-level courses.
- University Writing Services is committed to the campus-wide improvement of student writing through one-on-one peer consultation, workshops, and writing retreats. Our goal is to improve the writing culture on SLU's campus and help you identify yourself as a strong writer within your discipline.
You can schedule individual Student Success coaching appointments, tutoring sessions, and writing consultations through EAB Navigate. No appointments are necessary for Supplemental Instruction sessions.
Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources
Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources (CADR) partners with students, faculty, academic departments and service providers to ensure that you have equal access and opportunity to all University programs, services and experiences.
We coordinate aids and services to meet the needs of students with disabilities. We aim to create a safe and supportive campus community for all SLU students. All inquiries about the availability of university-related accommodations are kept confidential and should be addressed to the Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources.
The Student Success Center Mission
As educators focused on the holistic development of students, we take a values-driven approach to each student interaction and into the design of each service or program:
- Commitment to lifelong learning: Students demonstrate effective academic skills and behaviors and commit to the process of learning both in and out of the classroom.
- Personal responsibility: Students take personal responsibility for their academic aspirations, are thoughtful about their own behaviors and decisions, and are intentional about the goals they set and the means by which they plan to attain those goals.
- Meaningful relationships: We work to make students feel individually valued, including their personal identities and traits, and support them as they form meaningful interpersonal connections with others on campus.