Learning Support Division
The College’s remedial education program is referred to as Learning Support. Learning Support Program serves students who need to improve their academic skills before embarking on a full-time schedule of college level courses. The program contains a selected schedule of college level course work as well as other specially designed courses that provide intensive study and individual guidance at a pace compatible with the student’s ability. Tutorial assistance is provided.
Learning Support Programs
The Learning Support Program serves students who need to improve their academic skills before embarking on a full-time schedule of college level courses. Students admitted to Andrew College on a conditional basis will be required to take a placement test at the beginning of their first semester. The placement index results will determine the placement of students in either Learning Support courses and/or college level courses. Students who test into Learning Support courses must be enrolled in required courses until all subject areas have been satisfied. The placement index is available on the Andrew College website.
Learning Support Program Curriculum
The Learning Support Curriculum consists of the following courses:
1. ENG 081 - Foundations of English I - 4 hrs.
2. ENG 091 - Foundations of English II - 4 hrs.
3. ENG 099 - Support for English Composition - 2 hrs. (To be taken with ENG 111)
4. MAT 081 - Foundation of Math I - 4 hrs.
5. MAT 091 - Foundation of Math II - 4 hrs.
6. MAT 099 - Accelerated Foundations of Math II - 2 hrs. (To be taken with MAT 111)
7. ACS 100 - Andrew College Success - 1 hr.
Learning Support and General Education Coursework
Students enrolled in Learning Support coursework may take college credit courses from the Learning Support General Education Course List when recommended by their academic advisor. Students are required to take courses recommended by their advisor.
Learning Support Faculty
Katie Harris, M.A.T.
Assistant Professor of Learning Support English
229-732-5939 – office
229-732-5994 – fax
Molly Gross, M.F.A
Assistant Professor of Learning Support Reading