Academic Enrichment Program

About the AEP

The Academic Enrichment Program (AEP) is designed to provide COP students with academic support and assistance. The AEP includes a peer-tutoring program, which offers both group and individual tutoring for most required courses in the College of Pharmacy. In addition, the AEP offers seminars (i.e. test-taking, organizational skills, study skills), customized study schedule development and course-specific review sessions.
If you would like to participate in the AEP, please follow the steps below:

  1. Your name
  2. Contact information (i.e. phone number, cell number, email address)
  3. List course(s) and topic(s) that you require tutorial assistance
  4. Include your availability for tutoring - Day(s) of week and time(s).
  5. Complete the AEP Enrollment Form and return form to the appropriate SAPS Coordinator,  lscott14@xula.edu or you can deliver the form to College of Pharmacy Room 206.
  6. If you are interested in individual tutoring services, a tutor from the current list of AEP tutors will be assigned to you.
  7. A tutor will contact you within 48 hours of your request to discuss your tutoring needs.
    If you have any problems scheduling a tutoring session or you have questions or concerns, please contact  Letrise Scott at 504-520-7219 or via email at lscott14@xula.edu


95% of students who attended AEP Tutoring successfully passed the course tutored.

  • On average since Fall 2016

74% of students enrolled in the Academic Enrichment Program successfully passed all of their Fall Pharmacy Courses.

  • On average since Fall 2015


Participation in the AEP is mandatory for all students entering into the College of Pharmacy with a GPA below a 3.0, however all COP students are encouraged to take advantage of the services we provide.

If you would like to participate in the AEP, please do the following: Email our Student Academic Performance and Support (SAPS) Coordinators, Mrs. Niesha Baker (A-M) or Ms. Nicole Williams (N-Z) to express interest in receiving services through the AEP Program.  Mrs. Baker can be reached via email at nccooke@xula.edu and Ms. Williams can be reached via email at nwilli42@xula.edu.

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