Alliance University’s Division of Student Success works with students who need additional support to succeed academically. It is our goal to help students thrive throughout their college career and beyond.
To help students succeed by reaching their full academic potential, Alliance University offers the following programs:
- Academic Advising (available for provisionally admitted students)
- Advisement (for students on academic probation)
- Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society
- Developmental Education
- Disability Support Services
- NYS HEOP (Higher Education Opportunity Program)
- Pre-College Summer Warm-Up Program
- Testing & Tutoring Center
- Academic Success Center
Alliance University’s Academic Success Center works closely with professors to help our students succeed.
Location: Room 1907 (19th floor)
Hours: Available by appointment only
Disability Support Services
Alliance University provides reasonable accommodations (as requested by a qualified practitioner) to students with various disabilities to help them optimize their learning experience while developing and maintaining their independence. We are here to help each student enjoy equal access to the academic, cultural, social, and spiritual programs offered on campus.
Alliance University complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and all state and local laws regarding students with disabilities. No disabled, but otherwise qualified, student will be denied access to or participation in Alliance University’s services, programs, and activities.
For all questions regarding testing and learning disabilities or to submit the Disabilities Services Intake Form, email email@example.com.
Please note, all communications between students and staff in the Office of Disability Support are confidential, as is any supporting documentation maintained on file.