The 52nd administration will continue to build on the progress made by the previous administration when it comes to student success. Among the list of our initiatives is improving the academic advising system by reevaluating policies and programs already in places to ensure the advising resources are commensurate with demand.
The SGA will also push for a grade replacement policy that would allow students to attempt a course a second time and should the student obtain a better grade than the previous attempt, the former grade would be removed from GPA calculation.
A part of student success is graduating without the burden of debt. That is why this administration will continue to participate in the dialogue on the local, state and national levels regarding the increasing cost of college tuition and the prevalence of student loan debt. The SGA will partner with outside entities to evaluate and develop policies and programs that might help curb the coast of pursuing a higher education.