Avoiding the Sophomore Slump

Students taking advantage of the study area of the Jack R. Hunt LibraryAs this recent article notes, students in the “murky middle” with GPAs between 2.0 and 3.0 “make up nearly half of total dropouts,” and they aren’t necessarily dropping out in the first year.  “Small academic improvements correlate with greatly heightened chances of graduation. …Just a small nudge – one-on-one tutoring, time management counseling – could keep a student on track to graduate.” Here are some more resources on helping students overcome the “sophomore slump”:

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