Collegiate Academic & Personal Success (C.A.P.S.)
Seton Hill’s Collegiate Academic and Personal Success (C.A.P.S.) Program provides many of the academic and personal support services on campus.
Since its establishment in 1971, Seton Hill’s Collegiate Academic and Personal Success (C.A.P.S.) Program has been helping students to achieve their goals with confidence. C.A.P.S. supports academic and personal success through tutoring, counseling, course instruction, study skills and writing assistance.
The services of the C.A.P.S. Program are available to all students through the financial support of Seton Hill University and Student Support Services, a grant-funded federal TRiO Program that provides assistance to first-generation college students, students with financial need and individuals with disabilities.
Specific services and resources provided by C.A.P.S. include:
For more information about the services provided by C.A.P.S., please contact:
Marcia R. Pratt, M.B.A.
Cindy Ferrari, M.Ed.