The AMP program is a South Central College initiative that is designed to help students who are experiencing academic difficulty in college. Students will work with an Academic Advisor to improve their academic standing. By creating goals and learning strategies, students will improve their chance of academic success. Students who are placed on Academic Warning or are on Academic Probation are required to participate in the AMP program. Other students experiencing academic difficulty are encouraged to participate in the AIM program.

The AIM program requires that students meet with their Academic Advisor throughout the term to create strategies and goals to improve academic success, and completing any additional program requirements.

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Learn more about AMP on the Academic Motivation Program's web page.