What is an Academic Success Meeting?
Academic Success Meetings are a service that the Learning Resources Center offers to all undergraduate students at UMBC.
How can an Academic Success Meeting help me?
An Academic Success Meeting is a diagnostic measure to not only help you identify issues in your academic life but also show you how to leverage strengths and be successful.
Academic Success Meetings can help you with the following things:
- Adjusting to College
- Building Beneficial On Campus Connections
- Career and Major Exploration
- Finding Resources on Campus
- Time Management
- Stress Management
- Study Skills
How do I schedule an Academic Success Meeting?
You can schedule a meeting with one of our specialists by clicking on one of their names below. Each of our specialists have different strengths—read below to see which one would work best for you. We can even meet with you online!
“Hi! I’m the Coordinator of the First Year Intervention Program and Placement Testing at UMBC. I’m an alumna of UMBC and I’ve been with the Learning Resources Center in various capacities since 2011. I specialize in helping students adjust to college, build connections, explore majors and careers, and find on campus resources. I offer online and in person Academic Success Meetings and I’d love to talk to you! Click my name to schedule an appointment. If you have questions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
“Hello! I’m the Coordinator of the Math and Science Lab and I teach Math courses at UMBC. I graduated from UMBC with a degree in Mathematics and I’ve been working with students ever since. I enjoy helping students with their study skills, time management and stress management and I like helping them find resources on campus. I do online and in person Academic Success Meetings and I’m always happy to work with you. Click my name to schedule an appointment. If you have any questions, email me at email@example.com.”
“Hi! I work at the Learning Resources Center and teach LRC 101a, a course that helps empower students to become active, responsible partners in their education and to achieve greater success in college and in life. I am a PhD candidate at UMBC, researching students who are the first in their family to attend college. I host in person Academic Success Meetings and I love meeting with students to help them find resources on campus to support them in accomplishing their goals. Click my name to schedule an appointment. If you have any questions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.”