Office of the Provost

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KEY COMMITMENTS OF STUDENT-CENTERED UNIVERSITIES:

- See student success as everyone's business
- Believe every student can succeed
- Help students navigate college
- Foster students' well-being and sense of belonging
- Maintain an unshakeable focus on equity

 

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Faculty Resources For Student Success 

 Here are a few quick tips and tools to support students' sense of belonging and potential for success in your class. 

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Starfish Early Alert System

Starfish Retention SolutionsTM is an early alert and connection tool used to support student academic success and retention at The University of Toledo.  Learn more. 

 

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Equity Champions

The UToledo Equity Champions are instructors at every level of teaching dedicated to building university capacity to leverage evidence-based student centered practices and promote institutional change in service of becoming a more equitable institution. Learn more.  

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Center For Success Coaching

Success Coaches empower students to thrive academically, personally, and professionally from orientation to graduation through a holistic, student-centered approach.  Learn more.

Learning Enhancement CenterAcademic Support Services

Working to provide all University of Toledo students with accessible, professional, academic support services that enhance success and retention. Learn more.

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Pre-Health Advising Center

A resource for pre-med, pre-dental and pre-vet students. The Pre-Health Advising Center is the first stop for prospective students.  Learn more.

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STUDENT SUCCESS SUMMIT 2022

The Office of the Provost held the inaugural Summit on Student Success  on Friday, April 8th from noon-3 pm. This virtual event will allowed faculty, staff and administrators to hear from students how we can support their success and learn concrete, evidence-based strategies that each of us can use to support the student experience at UToledo. View resources.  View Summit Flyer         

 

 
 
Last Updated: 10/27/22