Welcome to the Center for Student Achievement
Established in 2008, the Center for Student Achievement (CSA) offers academic support to all SU undergraduate students through Supplemental Instruction, tutoring, academic coaching, advising, success workshops, mid-semester grade interventions and open study. Forty-one percent of SU undergraduates utilized these services during the 2016-17 academic year.
Supplemental Instruction and tutoring schedules can be accessed through this website in addition to paper copies located in the CSA (AC 270). We look forward to meeting you.
In 1999, Dr. Holmes earned her Ph.D. at the University at Buffalo where she served as the Director of Orientation and Student Activities. She holds a Master's Degree in Higher Education Administration from Syracuse University (1990) and a Bachelor of Science in Education from SUNY Cortland (1986). She is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honorary Society and Phi Eta Sigma National Honorary Society. She has been certified by International Center for Supplemental Instruction at UMKC. She is a member of NASPA, NCLCA, and CRLA. Dr. Holmes serves as the co-advisor to Relay for Life at Salisbury University.
Heather oversees the CSA's flagship program, Supplemental Instruction (SI), serves as an academic advisor for still-deciding students, and provides support for the center's assessment and strategic planning initiatives. In addition to her campus responsibilities, Heather serves as the Coordinator for the International Mentor Training Program Certification initiative through the College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) from 2014-2017.
Heather is pursuing her doctorate degree in Contemporary Curriculum & Instruction: Literacy at Salisbury University. She also holds a M.Ed. in Higher Education & Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina and a B.A. in French & Secondary Education from Randolph-Macon College. Heather has been an active contributor in the field of academic support with several national conference presentations about SI, peer learning, and peer leader training and development. Her research interest include undergraduate literacy development, undergraduate peer learning, and evaluation of academic support programs.
Elle graduated from Salisbury University in 2009 with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. After teaching Spanish for 5 years, she has returned to SU. She is continuing to support academic success in the CSA.
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Kandace Racine, Graduate Assistant
Emily Sperling, Graduate Assistant
Joe Crawfod, Graduate Assistant
Colleen Reeping, Graduate Assistant
Emily Hawthorne, Graduate Assistant
Jillian Duryea, Graduate Assistant
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