College Success Courses
The Learning Resource Center offers two unique courses to promote college success for students. LC 112 was created for our first-semester students to learn good habits and success strategies as they transition to college. LC 113 was created for students who find academic difficulty or difficulty in adjusting to the rigors of college academics. Both courses give students credit towards graduation.
LC 112: College Success and Beyond (3 credit hours)
The purpose of LC 112: College Success and Beyond is to engage students in creating and promoting their own success in their first semester at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. The course is designed to help students adjust to the college setting, self-assess and learn to make the best decisions specifically for themselves, examine opportunities for personal growth and embrace the attitudes and behaviors which will ultimately lead to their academic good standing at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.
Placement into LC 112 is based on any combination of the following:
- ACT/SAT Scores
- Accuplacer Scores
- High School GPA
- Transfer GPA
LC 113: Reclaiming College Success (0-1 credit hour)
- Academic probation status (Semester or Cumulative GPA falling below 2.0)
- Student athlete falling short of a 2.5 semester GPA
- 21st century/Pomeroy Scholar who does not fulfill GPA requirement as stipulated by scholarship expectation.