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Center for Academic Success and Advisement

The Center for Academic Success and Advisement, housed in FH 220, offers a variety of services designed to help students thrive during their experience at Francis Marion University.

A staff of academic advisors is available to facilitate student questions about registration for courses, majors and minors, study habits, time management, career guidance, and more. Our team is dedicated to supporting students and connecting them to resources that will help them be successful during their academic careers at FMU.

Career Development, currently located in UC 210, helps students to select majors and minors, set professional goals, consider career paths, develop resumes, and explore testing necessary for graduate programs.  In addition, Career Development also hosts semi-annual job fairs and connects students to employers looking to hire FMU students and alumni.

The Tutoring Center, located in FH 220, offers students one-to-one assistance with a variety of subjects, including math, sciences, social sciences, and liberal arts courses.

In addition, the Writing Center, located in FH 114C, provides students with one-to-one tutorials on writing projects for any class at FMU. The Writing Center also assists students with resumes, applications, creative writing, and other writing projects.

CASA also works in conjunction with our University Life 100 courses, providing first-year students with valuable information to help them become acquainted with the university, build connections on campus, learn about strategies for being successful students, and make the most of their time at FMU.

All of these resources provide students with a network of knowledgeable and friendly professionals who can help with any questions they may have while at the university.

For questions, please contact Dr. Jennifer Kunka, Associate Provost for Advising, at or 843-661-1520.

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