About the Student Success Center

The Student Success Center was created in fall 2020 to build a meaningful and comprehensive student experience that enables increased student participation in High-Impact Educational Practices (HIPs) shown to be beneficial for students of all backgrounds.  This is accomplished by co-locating the Registrar’s Office and programs including internships, undergraduate research, study abroad, service learning, and the Career Resource Center (CRC) on the first floor of the Howard Building.  Co-locating the CRC in the Student Success Center enables students to connect HIPs to the development of professional skills needed for graduate school or a career of their choice.  

The synergy created by this consolidation will enhance the student experience by reducing bureaucracy and marry the relationship between course selection, co-curricular activities, and resume building. 

The shared services model seeks to help students build their resumes through curricular, co- and extra-curricular experiences.  These operations can utilize each other’s strengths and come together to guide students through course selection, HIPs, professional development and graduation.

Resources and activities in the Student Success Center include: