Created in 1976, the Commitment Program provides academic support to approximately forty-five freshman each year. Students who are accepted into the program, evidence sufficient motivation and ability to succeed in college, even though they do not meet required GPA and/or entrance examination scores. The Program offers students a series of Learning Support courses, tutorial services, specialized advising, study groups, and a skills library. Peer mentors meet with students in the Study Rooms of Carroll Hall, where Commitment students regularly gather for class reviews, writing assistance, and group work.
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