About Undergraduate Student Success Center

Undergraduate Student Success Center (USSC) has the responsibility of providing academic and social support to aid the university in increasing its student success rates. It is designed to assist students in developing positive relationships with faculty, staff, and other students, which will foster a strong academic and co-curricular foundation at CSU and provide programs for students to learn the skills, habits, and dispositions they need to achieve academic success.

The Undergraduate Student Success Center houses the following offices:

Office of Academic Coaching & Advising
The Office of Academic Coaching & Advising allows students to have one-on-one conversations with someone who can help them set academic goals; a model that can especially benefit students who are on academic probation or struggling in their classes.

Norman E. Ward Sr. Center, First Floor
O: 937-376-6110
E: oaa@centralstate.edu

Office of Academic Support and Instructional Services
The Office of Academic Support and Instructional Services (OASIS) provides a variety of programs and services designed to support the academic success of all students. These programs and services include learning skill development and tutorial programs to help students successfully complete their current courses.

Norman E. Ward Sr. Center, First Floor
O: 937-376-6247

Office of Retention
The Office of Retention is instrumental in the development, implementation and analysis of varied retention strategies for students’ success. This office integrates varied resources and collaborates with Student Affairs and Enrollment Management to ensure students have a solid educational foundation coupled with a rich collegiate experience.

Norman E. Ward Sr. Center, First Floor
O: 937-376-6184

Comprehensive Early Alert Referral System
A comprehensive Early Alert Referral System has been designed to identify students who may be at risk of Academic difficulty and to provide intervention strategies to reduce challenges that impede their academic success.