A common challenge students face early in their college career is finding the right academic fit.
Historical data show that students who struggle early in key science and math (STEM) classes may be less likely to succeed until they adjust to college and learn new study habits. Sometimes students just need some additional support. Fall Reset is designed to do just that.
Students who would like to switch out of their calculus course and into a pre-calculus course can participate in Math Reset. If a student is failing after the first exams, they will be contacted and invited to consider a Fall Reset. Students who elect to participate will be allowed to drop the designated calculus course and add a pre-calculus course. Students who are struggling but not failing may also participate.
Chemistry (CH 301)
If a student is failing after their first exams in CH 301, they will be contacted and invited to consider a Chemistry Reset. Students who elect to participate will be able to participate in CH 108 – nontraditional form of tutoring that focuses on collaboration, group study, and interaction.
Next Steps for Interested Students
Talk to your academic advisor within the first seven weeks of the fall semester. Your advisor will help you decide whether Fall Reset is right for you and guide you through the process. Schedule a meeting with your advisor right away if you are considering a Fall Reset!