Promoting Student Success at The University of South Carolina. Chrissy Coley, Julie Holliday, Katie Lynch, and Angela Street National Conference for the First Year Experience – February 2007. Purpose of this Session.
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Promoting Student Success at The University of South Carolina
Chrissy Coley, Julie Holliday, Katie Lynch, and Angela Street
National Conference for the First Year Experience – February 2007
Student Feedback: SI…
“helps you understand how to study more effectively for the tests”
“provides you with the opportunity to interact with students to ask questions”
Faculty Feedback: SI…
“provides a peer to whom freshmen students can go with minimal intimidation.” (BIOL 101)
“opens the door for help during a new set of times” (evening hours) (PSYC 101)
Mean GPA: 2.81
Mean GPA: 2.64
The STAR program is specifically designed for students identified as “scholastically deficient”, but is open to any student wishing to learn strategies to improve academic performance.