Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) is the process used to determine if a student is making acceptable progress toward a degree or certificate. The federal governement and New York State government each measure SAP differently.
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Withdrawing from individual courses or from the entire semester can have significant financial implications. Students are strongly encouraged to speak to the Financial Aid Office before withdrawing to discuss the ramifications.
|Office||Location||How the Office Can Help You|
|Academic Skills Center||
South Wing 330
|The Academic Skills Center (ASC) provides free tutoring and workshops for all Buffalo State students seeking supplemental instruction in their courses.|
|Academic Advisement Center||
South Wing 100
|The AAC serves all Buffalo State students and carries a primary responsibility for serving undeclared students. We pair students with dedicated faculty and staff advisers who work with you several times each semester to help you consider course registration, possible programs, potential careers, and how to negotiate any difficulties you may encounter along the way.|
|Career Development Center||Grover Cleveland 306
|The Career Development Center assists students and alumni with career exploration and decision-making, gaining valuable experience, job search preparation, finding jobs and internships, and selecting and applying to graduate schools.|
|Counseling Center||Weigel Health Center, 2nd floor
|Provides counseling and mental health services to assist students.|
|Drop-In Advising Center||Butler Library, 1st Floor||the drop-in center will enable students to obtain immediate, accurate answers to pressing questions about degree program requirements, assistance with schedule changes|
|Medical Assistance||Weigel Health Center
|Weigel Health Center provides health and wellness services for all registered students.|
|Services for Students with Disabilities||South Wing 120
|The Buffalo State College Disability Services office provides access and support for students with disabilities.|
|Writing Help Center||Butler Library 214
|Offers an array of free services to assist students throughout all stages of the writing process. Tutors are available to help students with brainstorming, drafting, revising, editing, and other writing needs or questions.|
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