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Named after two long-time Olivet College professors,
Fred Gruen, Ph.D. , and Edward Speare, Ph.D ., the Success Center offers students assistance in six key areas: academic advising, internships, academic disability and accommodations services, retention services, and tutoring. These services are offered free of charge. If you have questions, visit our frequently asked questions page.

Location

Mott Academic Center 209
320 S. Main St.
Olivet, MI 49076

(269) 749-6637

Hours

8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday

The following services are available at The Center

What is the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy?

The Olivet College Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy consists of standards and requirements concerning academic standing and financial aid eligibility, reflecting new requirements established by the U.S. Department of Education.  Beginning July 1, 2011, students must demonstrate continual progress toward the completion of their academic degree while receiving Title IV funding for their education. If satisfactory academic progress is not sustained, students will lose their educational funding from the federal government.

For more information see the SAP/FAQ page.
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Academic Disability Services Coordinator 
Adjunct Professor of Education


Mott 209
(269) 749-7702

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Coordinator for Peer Learning Program
Student Retention Advisor • Academic Advisor
Mott 209 •  (269) 749-6686

Bill Maas

Academic Mentor,  Head Women's Golf Coach
NCAA Compliance Coordinator
bmaas@olivetcollege.edu
Mott 209
(269)749-7567