Academic & Career Assessments
Study & Organization Skills
The Student Success Center serves all students by the use of assessments to measure academic strengths/deficiencies and interventions that build on students' goal setting, study, and organization skills. The center provides a variety of academic and personal services that assist students in developing the skills necessary for academic and social success in the university environment. The office also serves as a point of follow-up for academic alerts and organizes tutoring services. The Student Success Center
is located in the lower level of Woodburn Hall. Call 605.642.6951 for assistance.
Student Support Services: This program is federally funded and serves a specific population of undergraduate students eligible for its services, which include tutoring, career exploration, academic study skills instruction, and graduate school counseling. Students must apply and be accepted to SSS in order to receive its services. To qualify students must be income eligible, a first-generation college student, or have a documented learning/physical disability. Student Support Services is located in the Student Success Center in the lower level of Woodburn Hall. Call 605.642.6294.