Student Success During Remote Learning
We might not be on campus right now, but the student success professionals are still here for you! Pace’s Learning Center, student advising, and tutoring are now available online. Check it out.
Learning and working remotely doesn’t mean that academic success and support is taking a backseat.
Staying on track for graduation in four years is an important goal that Pace’s advisors, tutors, and students share, and our advisors remain available to support students through completion of the Spring 2020 semester.
>> We’ve all gone digital! Advisors are available to meet with students using online platforms already available to them, such as Zoom and Skype. Check in with your advisor about preferred methods of communication. You can also get more information about online resources here.
>> Contact your advisor as soon as possible to confirm an appointment to meet and prepare for registration for the Fall 2020 semester (and any summer courses you may be considering). The Fall 2020 class schedule and course offerings will be available in Schedule Explorer beginning Thursday, March 26. Online registration for the Fall 2020 semester will begin, as scheduled, on Monday, April 20.
>> Stay on track with your studies and get the help you need through Pace’s Learning Center. We’re now offering online tutoring sessions for a variety of classes. Please read more for details about hours, courses tutored, and the new procedures.
Stay connected, stay on track, and stay in touch with your instructors and advisors!
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SBDC Workshop Series: Spring 2021