Michelle Brown, assistant provost and director of the Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes, gave an overview of the Summer Success Program, an academic support program for newly enrolled student-athletes who attend Summer Session II.
The program allowed the students to participate in the Strong Interest Inventory to survey their personalities and interests.
“Over 44 percent of the students indicated an increase in knowledge of major options and career choices after reviewing the Strong profile,” Brown said.
John Stephens, an associate professor in the School of Government, introduced the student-athlete exit interview survey for review and discussion by members. The survey about academics and athletics is given to student-athletes who have completed graduation requirements.