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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

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 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
 

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Tips for College Success

  • Talk to your professors on a regular basis.  The more they know you, the more helpful they may be in and outside of classes.
  • Attend classes, even if you find the subject boring or hard to understand.
  • Utilize resources on campus:  Library, computer labs, tutoring in the Learning Center, Career Development Center, Counseling Center, Financial Aid Office, Registrar’s Office, etc.
  • Do your homework (including papers, assignments, studying for exams/quizzes, and reading).
  • Create a schedule for each week—update it as new things are known to you.
  • Set aside at least two hours each day for studying in a quiet, distraction-free area.
  • Seek help from your academic advisor about options for your future courses, internships, and plans for a career.
  • Don’t procrastinate!
  • Do your own research on classes that you are interested in taking, as well as important information about your major—ask a faculty member if you have any questions or need clarification on anything!
  • Join clubs and organizations on campus to expand your social network and join activities—also look good on your resume!
  • Try to set up your semester schedule so that you have a balance of easier and harder classes each semester; also mix in general education courses with your major/minor courses to balance out your schedule each semester.