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Academic Success Network

Tools to Get Ahead

The Academic Success Network at FSU is a partnership of programs that provides resources to help all students get ahead. Our experienced staff collaborate with professors and other university support staff to make sure every you get what you need to graduate.

Through the Network, you can access proven programs and services that focus on preparing you for a complex and globalized future, starting with an on-time graduation and a degree backed by success.

The Academic Success Network includes:

How can we help you today?

  • Select an item from the menu to visit any ASN office to learn more about the academic support services available to current FSU students.

  • Select a Quick Links button to visit one of the most accessed pages in the ASN website.

  • Select a statement below to find information on some common topics.

How do I know what classes I need for my major?
Each major has a roadmap for all the classes you need to take during your time here at Frostburg State. You can download the 8-Semester Plan for your major to help plan each semester according to which classes you will need by the end of your studies. The CAAR office can help you navigate the roadmap to your goals.

I need help with time management and/or study skills.
The PASS Office staff offers workshops and one-on-one sessions to help students learn how to be even better students. See the Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) page for more information.

I could use a little extra help. How can I meet with a tutor?
The Tutoring Center offers free tutoring for many 100- and 200-level courses as well as writing help for all courses. Visit the Tutoring Offerings page or set up a tutoring appointment to get the extra help you need.

I have ADHD. How can I get accommodations?
From taking a test in a different mode to getting extra reminders, the Disability Support Services office will make sure you receive appropriate accommodations. Please meet with the Director of DSS in 150 Pullen Hall. Information about documentation needed can be found at Documentation Requirements.

Why do I have to take a DVMT (Developmental) math class?
Your success is the ultimate goal, and making sure you have a good foundation of skills is the best way to achieve that. Based on your math placement score, you may need to take an extra class to give you that solid foundation of skills.  See the Placement Testing and Developmental Math pages for further information.

I am the first in my family to go to college. Are there any services to help me figure out how to do this?
There are lots of different aspects of going to college beyond going to class. The TRiO Student Support Services program can help. Please visit TRiO SSS Home

I was notified that I am on academic warning or academic probation. What does that mean?
Visit the Academic Warning/Probation page of the CAAR site for more information. You may also find the Academic Regulations & Procedures section (PDF) of the Undergraduate Catalog helpful.