A college education takes plenty of individual hard work and dedication. It also takes the right help at the right time. With people like these at your side, you've got a lot going for you.
Every student needs (and deserves) timely, helpful, and accessible advice and encouragement. Learn more about how academic advising works at North Park University, and how a faculty advisor can help you achieve success.
Group Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction
Group Tutoring (GT) and Supplemental Instruction (SI) are academic assistance programs that will utilize peer-assisted study sessions scheduled throughout the week where students can compare notes, discuss readings, and develop study skills. These sessions are of no cost to the student, visit the web page for location and times.
With a student-to-faculty ratio of only 13 to 1, North Park University professors are unusually accessible, and they're an invaluable source of academic assistance. Here are a number of ways to get in touch with them.
The Writing Center aims to nurture a thriving writing culture by providing trained student advisors to facilitate your work in Dialogue courses or, through our drop-in center, on writing assignments in other courses.
Use this online calculator to estimate your future grade point average based on your current GPA and anticipated grades from your current semester.