Many students experience some form of academic difficulty during their college career. Some students may simply struggle through a class or two or maybe through a single term. For others, academic difficulty may be more severe and/or long lasting. Whatever the situation, the Academic Intervention Program’s mission is to help students overcome the difficulties they have been experiencing and place them back on the path to fulfilling their educational goals.
The Academic Intervention Program is mandatory for students who:
Although the Academic Intervention Program's primary targeted population is undeclared probationary students, please know that we are open to the entire student population.
If you are a non-probationary student finding yourself struggling with your academic performance, please contact us at (716) 878-5451 or visit South Wing 100 to set up an appointment.
The program provides the chance to receive academic mentoring, learn semester grade expectations, connect to campus support services to manage life's struggles, attend skill-building class and or workshops (i.e. manage time more effectively, build study skills, etc.), increase motivation, intense student-centered academic advisement, and—perhaps most importantly—avoid academic dismissal.
If you are a student on academic probation, do not see this program as an obligation...see it as an opportunity for academic success!
If you have questions about the Academic Intervention Program, please contact us:
Academic Intervention Program
South Wing 100
Buffalo State College
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222
Fax: (716) 878-3465