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Below are the annual highlights from the 2013-2014 academic year:

The ASC nearly tripled the number of appointments from Fall 2012 to Fall 2013 and had almost 10,000 more yearly appointments.

Fall 2012 Appointments

Fall 2013 Appointments

and

Spring 2013

Appointments

Spring 2014

Appointments

6795

18863

10532

7390

2012-2013 Appointments

2013-2014 Appointments

17,327

26,253

The ASC served more than 100 additional students from Fall 2012 to Fall 2013 and more than 200 additional students from Spring 2013 to Spring 2014.

Fall 2012 Clients

Fall 2013 Clients

1049

1179

Spring 2013 Clients

Spring 2014 Clients

718

906

The number of students placed on probation and the number of students suspended this academic year was lower than the previous academic year.

Fall 2012

Placed on Probation

Fall 2013

Placed on Probation

and

Spring 2013

Placed on Probation

Spring 2014

Placed on Probation

318

298

184

154

Fall 2012

Suspended

Fall 2013

Suspended

and

Spring 2013

Suspended

Spring 2014

Suspended

26

35

111

89

The ASC was able to conduct 334 Interim Grade meetings with “at-risk” students.

Fall 2013

Meetings

Spring 2014

Meetings

145

189

vs.

Fall 2012

Meetings

Spring 2013

Meetings

57

64

The number of tutoring sessions held increases significantly.

Fall 2012

Tutoring Sessions

Fall 2013

Tutoring Sessions

and

Spring 2013

Tutoring Sessions

Spring 2014

Tutoring Sessions

1898

3959

1847

3158

Students who utilized a tutor nine or more times passed their course at a 90% rate in the Fall 2013 and 88% rate in the Spring 2014.

In the Fall 2013 semester, students receiving tutoring in the following courses had a higher rate of C or better or D or better than those that did not:

C or better                                               D or better

ARTH 176                                          n   ACCT 280, 281

BIOL 203, 206                                    n   ARTH 175, 176

CHEM 104, 105, 106                         n   BIOL 206

ECON 103, 215                                  n   CHEM 104, 105

FREN 102                                           n   ECON 103, 216

GERM 101                                         n   FREN 101

HIST 111, 211                                                n   GERM 101

HMXP 102                                         n   HIST 111, 112, 211, 212

MATH 141, 150, 151, 292                n   HMXP 102

NUTR 221                                          n   MATH 141, 150, 151, 292

PLSC 201, 202                                    n   PLSC 201, 202

PSYC 101                                           n   PSYC 101

RELG 300                                           n   QMTH 206

SOCL 201, 316                                   n   RELG 300

n   SOCL 201, 316

In the Spring 2014 semester, students receiving tutoring in the following courses had a higher rate of C or better or D or better than those that did not:

C or better                                               D or better

ACCT 281                                          n   ACCT 280, 281

ARTH 176                                          n   ARTH 175, 176

BADM 180                                        n   BADM 180

BIOL 205                                            n   BIOL 206

ECON 216                                          n   CHEM 105

HIST 111, 112                                                n   ECON 215, 216

MATH 141, 201                                n   HIST 111,112, 113, 211

NUTR 221                                          n   MATH 101, 150

PLSC 201, 202                                    n   NUTR 221

PSYC 101                                           n   PLSC 201, 202

SOCL 101                                           n   PSYC 101

SPAN 101                                           n   SOCL 201

n   SPAN 102

Probation students who attended the Serious About Success Seminar were more likely to get in Good Standing than those who did not.

Students who attended both the Serious About Success Seminar and the Tutee Seminar got into Good Standing at a much higher rate than those who only attended one or the other.

Probation students who received an F on interim grades that utilized the Academic Success Center tutoring services for that course were more likely to pass their course than those who did not utilize tutoring.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Academic Success Center (ASC)
University College
106 Dinkins Hall
Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
803/323-3929
803/323-3910 (fax)
success@winthrop.edu
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