Mission and Goal of the Division of Student Success
The Division of Student Success seeks to empower students with the knowledge, skills, and awareness necessary to achieve success in college and in life. We offer a number of programs and services to enhance the overall success of students at Limestone University and to support them in their goal of achieving a college degree. Our services are free for current Limestone students.
As a partner in the educational process, the Division of Student Success serves as a guiding force in creating an environment throughout campus that supports retention and degree completion.
Programs & Services
The Saints Shoutout program allows faculty, staff, and students to send a Kudo to a member of the Limestone community to celebrate accomplishments, recognize achievements, say thank you. This program will recognize small wins throughout the semester and will give positive feedback to our Saints family.
Limestone University faculty, staff, and students may submit a Kudo by completing a form online.
Saints Shoutouts Online Form
The purpose of Saints Stop is to alleviate food insecurity and hunger by providing basic necessities to Limestone University day students who find themselves in emergency need. Often times, when students do not have the means to purchase essentials, they have difficulty focusing on their coursework. We want to change that! Through a referral process, the program will distribute food and hygiene products to Limestone students during the academic year. By meeting these emergency needs of our students, we can alleviate some stressors and support their success inside and outside of the classroom.
Limestone University faculty, staff, and students may submit a Saints Stop referral online or by visiting Student Success in the Hines & Riggins Center.
Submit a Referral
The Division of Student Success is excited to present our workshop series! These sessions provide students with an opportunity to learn about a skill or service focused on academic, career and professional development and student success.
We offer workshops each semester that are open to all students. Information on those will be emailed to students and advertised on campus. Workshops also may be scheduled through faculty, staff, or student organizations and focus on a topic of their choosing. Requests for workshops may be submitted online.