When you come to the Academic Counseling and Advising Center (ACAC), you will first meet with an Academic Counselor to assess your academic progress. Together you will develop an individual improvement plan to assist in your academic progression. You will have on going contact with our staff of Academic Counselors, Coaches and Advisors until your grades improve.
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Students who are experiencing more long-term issues and difficulties, including but not limited to: major depressive disorder, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, learning disabilities, abusive relationships, suicidal ideation, and other difficulties that cannot be resolved through the problem-solving model will be referred to other resources for assistance. There may or may not be a cost associated with those services.