Academic Intervention and Monitoring (A.I.M)

In an effort to improve retention and better serve the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg community, the A.I.M. program is an initiative started by the Academic Advising Department to address the needs and issues of our academically challenged students. This process allows Advisors the opportunity to assist students who are either in jeopardy of being placed on probation or probation students prior to being suspended from Pitt-Greensburg. The program encourages students to meet one-on-one with their professional advisor to discuss strategies and techniques to enhance their performance in and out of the classroom.