At Anderson University, our goal is Student Success. What does Student Success mean to us? It means:
- each student connects with the right academic program to fulfill their dreams,
- connects with individuals in and out of the classroom,
- realizes God’s purpose for their lives, and
- graduates equipped to live a life of faith and service.
Our Student Success initiatives start with SOAR, when students register for courses and officially become part of AU, continue through new student orientation and the First Year Experience, and then evolve as the student grows and matures. In addition to campus life programming, we offer academic programs designed to prepare each student for success at AU.
Our goal is to equip AU students with the support and resources they need to be successful.
Career Development Center
Career Development Center is here to provide the tools and guidance necessary to plan for a career after graduation day.
The Career Success Center website is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for online assessments, professional resume & cover letter builders and offers self-evaluations and job postings.
Educational Support Services
This office coordinates programs designed to help undergraduate students connect with an advisor, schedule classes, and access other academic support. Specifically, Educational Support Services coordinates:
Kissinger Learning Center
The Kissinger Learning Center (KLC) offers both group and individualized programs to help increase efficiency in writing, reading, and learning strategies. Tutoring is available in many courses, and a writing center allows students to have papers reviewed and edited. Workshops and classes also help students strengthen skills.
Services are FREE to all students who are currently enrolled at Anderson University. Over 500 students use the services each semester.
Disability Services for Students
The Office of Disability Services for Students, located in the Kissinger Learning Center, provides individualized support for students diagnosed with Specific Learning Disabilities or for those with Other Disabilities who meet 504 Guidelines. Students requesting Sign Language Interpreting Services is available through Disability Services for Students.