Program
Resources

HIGHLIGHTS

Important Dates

February 11 Change of Major Deadline for High Demand Majors

March 10 Change of Major Deadline for Non High Demand Majors

March 7 Early Warning Grades will be processed

March 17-March 21 Spring Break

March 31-April 21 Undergraduate Scheduling

April 1 Final Day to withdraw from class with a "W" grade

April 28 Schedule Clean up for Fall begins

May 5- May 9 Final Exams

May 10 Undergraduate Commencement

Campus Map 

 

Photos

ASP Brochure  

Download a Program Brochure  

spacer image

 CONTACT US

Academic Success Program
130 Wright Hall
Shippensburg, PA 17257-2299
Voice: (717) 477-1134
Fax: (717) 477-4063
E-mail: asp@ship.edu
 

spacer image

Related Links

spacer image

ASP Early Start Program

All Early Start students must attend Summer Orientation.

The ASP Early Start Program provides an extended orientation to the roles and expectations of a Shippensburg student. The 2014 ESP Program is tentatively scheduled for Sunday, August 17, 2014 through Wednesday, August 20, 2014.

The Early Start Program is a mandatory program that orients students to Shippensburg University. Students enrolled in the program must participate in a variety of activities and information sessions to successfully complete the program.  

Students selected to participate in this program can expect to receive the following benefits:

  1. An extended orientation and early start to college life.
  2. A connection to the ASP faculty and staff.
  3. Guidance in utilizing the electronic resources required by the university, such as: e-mail, D2L, and the Banner System.
  4. An introduction to the general education curriculum and help seeking information about an intended major.
  5. Awareness of the university's academic policies and procedures.
  6. Increase student's awareness of institutional resources, such as the Learning Center, Office of Undeclared Students, Counseling Center, Campus Police, Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA), and the Office of Disability Services (ODS), among others.
  7. An understanding of the ASP resources available throughout their college career.

Services Provided by ASP

The Academic Success Program offers a number of services to new and returning students during both the summer and academic year. To learn more about the services listed below - click here. 

Academic Advising 

Chi Alpha Epsilon (XAE) Honor Society 

First Year Experience Course (ASP101) 

Peer Leader Program 

Study Hall/Study Groups 

Career Assessment/Advising 

Financial Aid Counseling 

Ongoing Counseling 

Social/Cultural Activities 

Tutoring Referrals to our campus Learning Center