Office of Academic Success
 

COMPASS Program

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Need new study strategies? Have questions about academic standing or probation? We are here to help!

SUU is committed to every student's success.

A student whose index score falls below the threshold for admission to SUU may be offered the opportunity to participate in the COMPASS program (COMPrehensive Academic Support & Success).

The COMPASS program helps provisionally admitted students refine their study strategies, mindsets, and personal management skills so they set themselves up to thrive in a higher education setting. Successful COMPASS students actively participate in a student success course and regularly meet with peer mentors. 

Students are required to enroll in SUU 1050: College Student Success (3 credits) in their first semester. They must complete the course with a minimum grade of “C” and achieve a 2.0 cumulative GPA by the end of their second semester to continue attending SUU in subsequent semesters.

Staff:

Elizabeth Cox, M.A.
Assistant Director of Compass and Academic Recovery
Electronic Learning Center 114
elizabethcox1@suu.edu
435-865-8432

Michael DuBon, M.A.
Academic Literacy Specialist
Electronic Learning Center 115
michaeldubon@suu.edu
435-586-7951