Academic Support

 

The academic environment of Meredith is challenging and demanding. Occasionally, students may encounter academic difficulty. If you find your grades slipping or your level of stress rising, here are five resources available to get you back on track.

1. Talk to faculty

Faculty at Meredith are invested in your success. If you are having trouble in a class, talk to your professor about it. Get tips directly from the source on what you can do to improve your performance.

2. Meet with your advisors

Faculty and student advisors are here to help. Use their guidance to make decisions about what classes to take and when to avoid unnecessarily heavy course load. Approaching your academic planning with your advisors' assistance will help you achieve academic balance.

3. Schedule an academic planning meeting

Academic & Career Planning offers assistance with study skills and academic success, assessments of your strengths and abilities, and academic coaching to help students succeed.

4. Visit the Learning Center

The Learning Center is an academic support program on campus that provides free one-on-one peer tutoring.

5. Make an appointment with the Counseling Center

Sometimes academic difficulty is the result of a personal hardship. The Counseling Center offers students support or assistance with academic or personal problem solving. All Counseling Center services are free and confidential.

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Contact Information:

Academic & Career Planning
2nd Floor, Park Center
Phone: (919) 760-8341
advising@meredith.edu