College Success Plan is an online mentorship program based in Hinsdale, Illinois and serves college students nationwide.
Online PR News – 20-June-2016 – Hinsdale, Illinois – College Success Plan, a mentorship program for students entering college or currently facing the challenges of college academia, has recently announced the launch of a complimentary 4-week summer email series for interested college students. The program starts Monday, July 11 and consists of four weekly emails, providing realistic ideas and tips to prepare for a successful college semester. College Success Plan is offering one series for incoming college freshman and another series for students going into sophomore year and beyond.
"Our highly trained mentors want the best for all students," said Elizabeth Pyle, M.Ed., founder and president of College Success Plan. "We go the extra mile to make an individualized plan for each week and help every student perform to the best of their ability. That's exactly why we're launching a new program this summer—to effectively help the students prepare for a successful fall semester."
A typical College Success Plan student may need support transitioning into college, could benefit from additional study and organizational skills, and desires stronger time management skills. Students that go through the College Success Plan program regularly report improved grades, less dropped classes, higher confidence and lower anxiety.
About College Success Plan
With a recently launched new website (www.CollegeSuccessPlan.com), College Success Plan is an online mentorship program based in Hinsdale, Illinois and serves students nationwide. College Success Plan mentors are trained at Rush NeuroBehavioral Center, along with additional resources. They are considered experts in empowering college students to be successful nationwide. Through accountability, structure and a research-based curriculum, College Success Plan teaches lifelong skills, helps students reach their goals and keeps them on track academically and socially. To learn more about College Success Plan, visit www.CollegeSuccessPlan.com.