Student Success Center
The mission of the Student Success Center (SSC) at Judson University is to assist students in achieving their academic, personal, and professional goals. The SSC is an integrated approach, combining curricular and co-curricular experiences to serve students through a variety of personalized and structured resources. These services help students embrace their potential to be effective ambassadors for Christ.
The goal of the Student Success Center at Judson University is to provide resources designed to:
- Support the academic mission of the institution
- Encourage the student to identify and attain personal goals
- Assist the student to identify and attain professional goals
- Provide a welcoming and supportive environment
- Reinforce student learning through:
- Writing resources
- Individual and group peer tutoring
- Identifying learning skills
- English as a Second Language (ESL) tutoring
- Test proctoring
- Academic advising services
- Identification and management of disabilities - Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Mentoring and coaching related to academic and personal needs
- Web based resources for resume writing
- Internship assistance
- Academic Success Program
The mission, goals and strategies of the Success Center empower students to take responsibility and control of their academic progress based on their personal level of development and maturity. Students will be encouraged to reach their full potential by mastering the skills necessary to achieve their goals.
Students with Disabilities
Under the American Disabilities Act, (ADA - 504 Amendment) all students seeking educational accommodations must provide current notice of the qualifying condition to the university. All documentation must be from a doctor or licensed Clinician. Colleges and universities are only required to accommodate a student's disability if the relevant school personnel are aware that the student has a current disability and the student has disclosed their disability to the ADAA Compliance Coordinator. If you seek a reasonable educational accommodation at Judson University, we must request current proof of your disability.
The most effective way to show that you qualify for reasonable ADA accommodations in the current school term is to:
- Obtain a letter from a trained, licensed medical professional/clinician who is familiar with you and your type of disability and has completed applicable, supporting documentation that validate the specific disability.
- Obtain a licensed clinician's summary letter outlining the disability, test results and any confirmed, possible limitations to learning, and reasonable academic accommodations in order to meet the needs of the post-secondary coursework.
- Under ADA, reasonable accommodations or minor academic adjustments may include the following sample based on required documentation.:
- Assigned note takers
- Audio book
- Extended time on tests (not to exceed time and 1/2)
- Testing in a quiet testing room
- Use of calculators (for Dyscalculia)
- Sign Language Interpreters for academic coursework
- The documentation must reflect your abilities and limitations at the academic Post-Secondary level at the time you request the accommodation.
- Please note: The post-secondary school does not have to make changes or adjustments that fundamentally alter the academic prescribed coursework or graduation requirements under ADA - 504 Amendment.