Betty Howard Center

SunshinetranspIn addition to its regular summer offerings, Washington Adventist University will offer two special summer programs in 2014. Both of these are designed to enhance student success and highlight the richness of Washington DC Metropolitan Area arts and humanities offerings. These programs are:

(July 6-August 7, 2014) (July 21-August 8, 2014)

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Betty Howard Center for Student Success

The resources of the Betty Howard Center for Student Success and Faculty Development are available to all students and faculty_ We are ready to help you achieve success as you pursue your educational goals. Below is a list, of our major programs and services.

  • Academic Support: Academic Support services provide placement testing, study skills instruction, and special mentoring support for students on academic probation in our Enrichment Program.
  • Bridge Program: The Summer Bridge Program is a six-week college preparatory experience for students who wish to strengthen academic skills, build confidence, form new friendships and enhance their potential for college,
  • Career Services & Cooperative Education: This program offers assistance with job postings on and off campus, as well as assistance finding internship sites for those whose majors require the Co-op experience.
  • Disability Services: WAU is committed to providing an equitable and exemplary education for all of our students by offering reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities to ensure their academic and personal success.
  • Faculty Development: Helps faculty improve their teaching, advising, and research skills and improve the teaching-learning environment of the university.
  • First Generation Ambassadors Program: Designed to edify, educate & enhance the quality of life for first generation students through service.
  • First Year Experience: This one credit class is designed to help first-year students become comfortable with the campus, get connected with available area resources, and engage with faculty and staff.
  • General Honors Societies: The Center sponsors the WAU Chapter of Alpha Chi and Phi Eta Sigma Honor societies and the Exemplary Leadership Society.
  • General Studies: Whether you are undecided about a major or wanting to pursue a degree in General Studies, this program will assist you in reaching your goals.
  • Honors Program: The Honors Program provides academically talented students the opportunity to engage and explore subject material in great depth and breadth within a collaborative learning community.
  • New Student Orientation: Designed to help new students transition to campus and understand the privileges and obligations of being part of the WAU Community.
  • One Step Away: This program is specially designed to support returning WALT under-graduate students complete a Bachelor degree. With the help of a University Concierge, returning students will receive assistance navigating university systems and resources from re-enrollment through graduation.

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Support on every step of your academic journey

  • Mentorship Experience: The Mentorship: Program at Washington Adventist University
    aims to create an on-going atmosphere of learning, growth, and lasting community for WAFT students by connecting them with caring faculty and staff whose primary role is to give support.
  • Testing Services: Our staff works closely with the-various academic departments, individual instructors, the student population on campus, and the community at large by disseminating, administering, and proctoring tests and exams.
  • Tutoring Services: Subject-tutoring is available for students who seek one-on-one instruction to further enhance their learning.
  • Writing Center: The Writing Center is run by the English department. Trained tutors are available to help students to: ease writing anxieties, clarify assignments, brainstorm ideas and topics, plan and_ organize term papers, determine revision strategies, and provide guidelines for avoiding recurring grammatical mistakes.