Services & Student Support
The mission of the First Year Foundations (FYF) program is to support entering first year students in making a successful transition into the scholarly life and social community at Young Harris College by providing opportunities for personal growth through academic planning, decision making, and using support services. Learn more here!
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You may have been contacted by the Academic Success Center staff because you are on academic probation, have a financial aid warning/probation appeal, or are admitted to the College on a waiver. Students on academic probation are required to meet with their academic success mentor throughout the semester to participate in academic coaching and support. Students who are participating in the FAP appeal process are required to meet one-on-one with an Academic Success Center professional for weekly or biweekly academic coaching sessions. If you are admitted on a waiver, you are strongly encouraged to participate in our academic coaching program within your first six weeks at the College. If you have any more questions you can contact Morgan Henderson.
The transition to college can be very difficult and the Academic Success Center wants to support your steps to do your best each semester. There are times where you may struggle early in the semester and without appropriate support, you may not do well within or outside the classroom. If the center is notified, you will receive outreach from the Academic Success Center staff and campus partners for in-class performance (class absence, academic assistance, mid-semester grades) and out-of-class behavior concerns. If you need more information please contact Morgan Henderson.