The Student Success Center is the embodiment of the U of A’s commitment to each and every student. Learn more about employment opportunities, Frequently Asked Questions and the people behind our student success efforts.
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The 360 Program is a centerpiece initiative of the Student Success Center that offers one-on-one support for students’ academic transition, financial planning, social engagement and wellness during their time at the U of A.
First-generation students are the first in their family to earn a four-year degree and are a valuable part of our student community. Learn more about current initiatives and programs that support first-generation student success.
The Accelerated Student Achievement Program (ASAP) is a two-year program of peer mentoring, professional advising, and academic support for first-generation college students from eastern Arkansas communities.
TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded program that seeks to enhance students experience through academic skill building, goal attainment, leadership development, financial literacy, cultural enrichment, graduate school preparation, and fostering a supportive learning community.
The Student Success Center boasts more than 300 student employees as tutors, instructors, peer mentors and other capacities. Learn more about employment opportunities currently available through the center.
Meet our Staff
The Student Success Center wouldn’t be successful without a group of passionate staff who are dedicated to your success. Learn more about the people who are here to help you in your academic journey.