Center for Student Success
Adjusting to college life can be challenging. We are here to help.
At the Center for Student Success, we help you seamlessly transition into your first year. Whether you need guidance academically or personally, we are here to help first-year students get started on their journey. Our first-year advisors will point students in the right direction. For returning students, we can help with academic registrations and administrative and financial questions.
We look forward to working with you.
Regular Business Hours:
Monday—Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
We want to help you find your path, explore new things, and challenge yourself. We can help you with: Strategies to reduce stress and anxiety: there's a lot of pressure that comes with being a college student, let us work with you to find some ways to relax. Determine what clubs to join: we can help you get connected. Manage personal problems: Sometimes things come up that can distract or even prevent you from going to class. If you are experiencing these kinds of challenges, let someone in the Center for Student Success know and we may be able to find resources and share information that can help. Health and Wellness: We encourage you to speak with one of our counselors if you're looking to improve your health or wellbeing. General questions: Not sure where to go or who to talk to? Try us first! If we don't have the answer, we'll look for it with you.
During registration time, we help connect students with our Center for Student Success Specialist to find the answers and solutions they need to succeed.
At UHart, we want you to feel connected and part of the family from day one. That's why we have developed a unique first-year experience to introduce you to campus. From the moment you arrive on-campus to the moment you begin classes, the Center for Student Success is there to guide you. Opening weekend is the best time to meet new friends and find ways to get involve with clubs and organizations on-campus. The Residential Learning Communities offer a unique experience for students to room with others that share their same interests while studying in the same class together.