“The primary goal” of the Academic Support Program (ASP) is to assist students in their learning to learn process by helping them develop required skills to achieve their academic goals and stand alone as independent life-long learners."
We are fully aware that the process of learning, learning how to learn, and expanding one’s academic and personal horizons are not easy tasks to achieve, especially for younger freshman students. To this end, our promise as ASP is to provide and sustain a friendly learning environment and to provide support programs for enhancing student learning as well as facilitating their adaptation to the university environment.
ASP’s core is the “Peer Study and Discussion Sessions” which are based on “active learning”, “collaborative working”, “peer support” and sharing “peer experience” through which students develop crucial skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and studying strategies. Click here to learn more about “Peer Study and Discussion Sessions”. Click here to learn more about ASP Peer Study and Discussion Seesions
Approximately 50% of freshman students attends one or more ADP activities.
ASP activities are not limited to peer study and discussion sessions. The ASP activities are:
1. Active Learning Peer Study and Discussion Sessions