Intro

Designed with a focus on first generation students, transfer students, racial/ethnic minority students and low-income students, the Collaborating with Lancers for Academic Success Program (CLASP) specifically targets development in the areas of cultural engagement, academic success & career services.

Skills You'll Build

  • Time Managment
  • Note Taking Skills
  • Test Taking
  • Textbook Reading
  • Stress & Anxiety Managment
  • Organizational Skill
  • General Study Strategies

 

"I learned how to advocate for myself, better study habits, different techniques as far as studying more efficiently, self care, stress management, how my diet and exercise effects my work, etc. Most importantly, how to chop up or prepare for my assignment."

Longwood University, CLASP Member


Programming

You'll work with academic counselors, mentors, and advocates to assist with adjustment to college, career guidance and development through career-targeted programming that include: Students study together in Upchurch

    • Academic Advising Session Support   
    • Academic Study Hall
    • Academic Coaching Sessions
    • Probation/Suspension Support
    • Academic Case Management
    • Psycho-educational Groups (Men's/Women's Empowerment)
    • LBAA Mentorship

Interested?

Contact

Dr. Erica Brown-Meredith
Dr. Erica Brown-Meredith

Assistant Professor, Social Work 
Hull 229 
(434)395-2349 
brownmeredithed@longwood.edu