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Academic Development Program

Summer Session

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Academic Development Program

Address:
231 Lawrence Center
West Chester, PA 19382


Phone: 610-436-3274
Fax: 610-436-2600

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ADP Summer Session Courses & Tutoring

Course #1:

  • EDR Q20
  • EDR 100

Course #2:

  • MAT Q01
  • MAT Q00
  • ENG Q20
  • EDR Tutoring – one session per week
  • ENG Tutoring – one session per week
  • MAT Tutoring – two sessions per week

During the Summer Session, students take two courses for a total of six credits:

Course #1: Reading & Study Skills (EDR Q20 or EDR 100)

Course #2: Mathematics (MAT Q01 or MAT Q00) OR English (ENG Q20)

  • The courses students take during the summer session are determined by the results of the placement tests taken in May.
  • The grades for Q00-level courses are counted in the student’s grade point average, but do not count toward the 120 credits needed for graduation.

Tutoring

Tutoring is integrated into and required for all of the ADP courses taken in the summer and during the academic year. The Learning Assistance and Resource Center administers tutoring for the ADP. Tutoring sessions emphasize course content but also focus on study and time management skills to help students become independent learners.

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Summer Session Mentoring

During the Summer Session, each student is assigned to a Peer Group of 14 students lead by a Peer Assistant.

Peer Assistants

  • Are undergraduate student leaders
  • Are Mentors & Role Models
  • Live with students in the residence hall
  • Facilitate events and activities
  • Help students acclimate to campus life

Peer Groups

  • Live in close proximity to their Peer Assistant and Peer Group members in the residence hall
  • Meet weekly as a group to discuss academic, social, and personal progress
  • Meet individually with their Peer Assistant to discuss academic, social, and personal progress
  • Participate in events and activities as a group or within the larger ADP class
Interested in becoming a Peer Assistant?
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Campus Life

In addition to classes and tutoring, students participate in seminars, events, and activities designed to build community and to assist students acclimate to campus life.

Campus Life