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The Student Athlete Success Program (SASP) is designed to provide an environment in which student athletes can experience their fullest personal, social, and academic growth. The pervading philosophy of SASP is success! Each student is held accountable for his/her academic performance and meeting the NCAA Eligibility and Compliance Guidelines. The SASP works hard to provide the support needed for athletes to be successful students.
All academic advising is provided through the individual college and academic departments. The SASP can help identify advising resources on campus.
During each semester, the SASP surveys the professors of each student athlete three times. In the grade check the instructors are asked to comment on:
Each report is reviewed by the Office. Students are called in on a regular basis to review their progress. If necessary, arrangements are made for additional support services.
The SASP provides individualized mentoring sessions for interested student athletes. The goal of the mentoring segment is to help students avoid academically-related difficulties, develop opportunities for improvement of skills rather than merely avoiding academic crises, and more individual monitoring.
It is considered a privilege, not a right, to be a member of an intercollegiate athletic team at Northwest Missouri State University. Student athletes are expected to conduct themselves with honesty, integrity, pride, and sportsmanship at all times both on and off the playing field. Student athletes are expected to adhere to the University's code of conduct standards and are subject to the University discipline system.
Northwest Missouri State University is an attendance-oriented University. Student athletes are expected to attend class if at all possible.
Athletes must provide instructors with the information regarding absences due to travel and contests that take place during class time. Every effort should be made to avoid scheduling classes during times that will be obviously difficult to attend because of athletic commitments.
The faculty of the University aims to foster a spirit of honesty and integrity. Students must not cheat or contribute to cheating by others in connection with examinations, papers, reports, problems, laboratory exercises, etc. Avoid plagiarism by observing the following rules:
For further information regarding academic integrity, consult the Undergraduate Catalog and the pamphlet, "Academic Integrity vs. Academic Dishonesty: or 'Truth or Consequences.'"
If you would like to schedule an appointment with the SASP or if you need any further help or assistance: