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Commitment to Student Success

Sullivan University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (SU COPHS) Student Success Resources

SU COPHS has multiple resources to aid students in their successful completion of the Master of Science in Physician Assistant (MSPA) or Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program.  These resources are coordinated through the SU COPHS Office of Student Affairs and the Office of Academic Affairs and Assessment.

Office of Student Affairs

  • Tutoring services
  • Student Wellness and Mental Health counseling 

Office of Academic Affairs and Assessment (OAcA)

Services of the OAcA are offered through the Hub for Academic Resources and Technology (HART).

The Hub for Academic Resources and Technology (HART) is comprised of a group of educational professionals dedicated to student success. This team relies on their diverse skill sets to support every aspect of the learning process. Student success is supported through a multifaceted approach that includes but is not limited to providing faculty support in the utilization of the most up to date educational techniques and helping student navigate the use of the multiple software platforms required for both professional programs.

Faculty Support 

The HART helps faculty members plan for student success, support effective instructional practices, and create and execute appropriate assessment plans. In addition to providing insights into educational theory, the HART supports the faculty’s use of the following platforms: 

  • Blackboard
  • ExamSoft
  • Panopto 
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Articulate Rise and Storyline 

Student Support 

The HART is honored to serve our students directly. Educational technology has offered a wide range of new opportunities in the learning environment. The HART seeks to drive and support educational innovations. As technology use increases, the HART provides instructional materials and ongoing support to ensure that students can focus on course content and their chosen academic pursuits.