Academic Development Program
West Chester University
231 Lawrence Center
West Chester, PA 19383
As part of the ADP summer program, students participate in a week-long advising seminar that addresses a host of issues including:
During the academic year students meet with advisors:
During the summer session, each student is assigned to a Peer Assistant, who establishes and maintains a close relationship with each student. The Peer Assistant will advise students within the limits of his/her capabilities on academic, social, and personal matters. The Peer Assistant should become aware of student problems and concerns including adjustment, homesickness, roommate conflicts, etc., and refer students who need assistance to the appropriate campus agencies and/or staff member.
ADP students receive tutoring in the following courses: ENG-Q20, WRT-120, MAT-Q01, MAT-Q00, and SPK 208. Additionally, depending on placement test scores, some students will receive tutoring in EDR-Q20.
Within the Counseling Component, licensed psychologists dedicated to the success of developmental education students in college and as life-long learners:
The following offices are available to assist and support all incoming ADP students: