Overview

The Academic Recovery Program is a part of the Undergraduate Advising Center. The UAC's mission is to help students take ownership of their education by:

  • Providing accurate and personalized academic information;
  • Educating students about their academic responsibility;
  • Helping identify and integrate the many resources of the University; and
  • Assisting and advocating for students as they experience a variety of college transitions.

The UAC is committed to respecting and valuing the diversity of KU students, their perspectives, life experiences, interests, world views and cultures. We seek to foster an environment in which the dignity and unique characteristics of each individual are recognized and respected. To that end, the UAC's goal is to help all students realize their academic potential regardless of race, religion, color, sex, disability, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status or parental status.


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