Welcome to the office of Student Academic Support and Retention at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. This office unites under one roof the services that undergraduate students might need to help them achieve academic success. All SASR offices are located in the D.F. Lowry Building, just north of the water feature, or in Jacobs Hall, to the east. We invite you to visit both buildings to see what our services have to offer you. We are dedicated to enhancing student success, and we would love to see you!
Are you a student with a disability who needs to find out about academic accommodations? Visit the Accessibility Resource Center office in D.F. Lowry 107.
Are you an undecided student who needs academic advising? Visit the Advising Center, in D.F. Lowry 301. Undergraduates at any level or in any major can view the Degree Path for their major online.
Are you an undergraduate student who needs help with a difficult class? Request tutoring from the Academic Support Center, or visit the TRIO offices in Jacobs Suite A to see if you are eligible for their services.
Are you a transfer student who needs help adjusting to UNCP, learning how to use Blackboard, BraveWeb, etc.? Visit the Transfer Transition Office in Jacobs Hall, Suite H, to set up an appointment with a peer mentor or find out about workshops.
Are you a student who would like to brush up on academic skills like time management? Investigate the Academic Resource Mentoring program, in D.F. Lowry 131, which provides group workshops and individual appointments with peer mentors.
Are you interested in a health career? Visit the NC-HCAP program, in Jacobs Hall Suite F, for mentoring, internships, enrichment activities, test prep, and the Health Careers Club.
Are you writing a paper and having trouble? You can bring a writing assignment at any stage of completion to the Writing Center, D.F. Lowry 308. You can make an appointment online.
Are you a student at any level who feels the need for a refresher on basic writing, reading, and test taking skills? Check out the self-paced, computer-based tutorial programs available in the Resource Learning Lab, D.F. Lowry 309.
Are you a faculty member who would like to get extra help for your students? If your class covers difficult material, and you'd like to have a tutor attached to a specific section, investigate Supplemental Instruction through the Center for Academic Excellence. If you are concerned about individual students who are not doing well, refer them for help through the HAWK Alert program.