Ancell School of Business (ASB) Student Resource Page
ANCELL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MISSION
The Ancell School of business provides a high quality, affordable, personalized learning environment for undergraduate and graduate education for students from Western Connecticut and the broader region. The Ancell School transforms students into graduates who are prepared to meet the needs of employers in our service region and the opportunities and challenges of the global economy. The Ancell School promotes faculty excellence in teaching, intellectual contributions and service to professional and business organizations.
The Ancell School of Business is a member of AACSB International -the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB International is a membership association of educational institutions, business, not-for-profit and government organizations devoted to the advancement of higher education in business administration and management. While the Ancell School has had a Standards Alignment Plan accepted by AACSB and is committed to continuous improvement, our membership does not imply accreditation now or in the future.
Helpful links for Ancell Students
Why do I have to meet with an advisor? Advisors can offer much more than a PIN number.
Ancell academic probation letters from the Dean are sent at the end of the semester to each first semester freshman with a grade-point average below 2.0 and to all other students with averages below 2.3. If you are placed on Ancell probation, you must meet with an at-risk adviser who will review your program requirements, course selections, credit loads, and other pertinent information and assist in developing a plan to improve your academic performance. You must continue to meet with your at-risk advisor as scheduled and make acceptable progress to achieving you plan goals.
The probationary period will commence the semester following the one for which the letter of probation was issued. The Dean will review the student's activities during the period of probation.
Probation is for one semester only. If you do not make acceptable progress by the end of the first semester that you are on probation, you may be dismissed from the Ancell School for academic deficiency. Full-time students on probation should consider a semester course load of 12 credit hours and limit their participation in extra-curricular activities. Appeals to these policies should be made to the Ancell Dean who, for extenuating circumstances only, may waive the policy. Students dismissed from the Ancell School who are not on university suspension may apply to another WCSU School by filling out an application for change of major form.
Note: Individual Schools or programs may have standards for probation and dismissal from the school or program which are higher than the University's standards. A student can be on probation or be dismissed from a School or program and still be in good standing at the University.
Work one-on-one with an experienced alumnus, now employed as a business professional. This program is for highly-motivated students.
Why do we have to take tests like the ETS Major Field Test?
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The CDC offers many excellent on-line resources. Check them out!
Sometimes the college experience is about forms. Here are some you will need.
Find out about news and events taking place in and around Ancell School.
Have you filled out the FAFSA? Check here to learn about scholarships.
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Business majors are encouraged to take advantage of travel abroad opportunities. Here are details about the program.