A/PPS 02.01 - Student-Athlete Academic Services
Student-Athlete Academic Services
A/PPS No. 02.01 (1.1)
Issue No. 1
Effective Date: 1/02/2017
Next Review Date: 11/01/2017 (E3Y)
Sr. Reviewer: Athletics Director
ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT AND ACADEMIC INTEGRETY
As a community of students and scholars, the University strives to maintain the highest standards of academic integrity. All members of the community are expected to exhibit honesty and competence in academic work. This responsibility can be met only through earnest and continuing effort on the part of all students and faculty.
Any dishonesty related to academic work or records constitutes academic misconduct including, but not limited to, activities such as giving or receiving unauthorized aid in tests and examinations, improperly obtaining a copy of an examination, plagiarism, misrepresentation of information, altering transcripts or University records. Academic misconduct is incompatible with the standards of the academic community. Such acts are viewed as moral and intellectual offenses and are subject to investigation and disciplinary action through UPPS No. 07.10.01, Honor Code.
- The mission of the Athletics Academic Center is to provide the resources necessary to foster academic success and personal development among our student-athletes. The following development initiatives are employed on an annual basis: Life Skills - strives to enhance the student-athlete experience within the University setting by coordinating educational programs that address personal growth, leadership, professional development, and community service. Summer Bridge Programming - a weekly orientation course for incoming freshmen student-athletes, provided during the summer session(s), instructed by the Athletics Academic staff that covers topics relevant to student-athletes in transitioning to life at the University. Fall Freshmen Series - a weekly orientation course for incoming freshmen student-athletes, instructed by the Athletics Academic staff that covers topics relevant to student-athletes in transitioning to life at the University. J. Ryan Whittington Leadership Academy - The leadership program currently consists of workshops that selected student-athletes attend once a week to develop leadership skills. Programs have consisted of coach and guest speaker presentations regarding relevant leadership topics. The J Ryan Whittington Leadership Academy will further support and educate our student-athletes to maximize their potential at Texas State and be successful in preparing for their future lives after graduation.
ACADEMIC SUPPORT PROGRAMMING
- The Athletics Academic Center offers many areas of academic programming for our student-athletes. These areas include: Computer lab with printer, Study rooms and cubicles, Academic mentoring program, supervised study hall, Tutorial services, and Registration support.
ATHLETE ACADEMIC CENTER MANUAL
- For more information regarding the policies, procedures and services of the Athletics Academic Center, please reference the Athletic Academic Center manual.
REVIEWERS OF THIS PPS
Reviewers of this PPS include the following:
Position Date Director, Athletics November 1 E3Y
This PPS has been approved by the following individuals in their official capacities and represents Texas State Athletics policy and procedure from the date of this document until superseded.
Director, Athletics; senior reviewer of this PPS