• To offer courses during a ten-week summer program that strengthens the computational, reading, communication, and study skills of students with deficiencies admitted to the University;
• To provide an on-going program of orientation, advisement, guidance, instruction, and evaluation;
• To advise students who are not sure of their course of study;
• To assist physically challenged students by providing services that allow the students a seamless integration into the academic and social life of the University; and
• To assist students in successful matriculation at the University through entering tracking and retention efforts.
• To assist students in their transition from high school to college life through First Year Experience Seminars and convocations.
• To ensure that students meet their requirement of community service hours by providing coordinated community service activities.