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The goal of SUNY Canton is for every student to have a successful academic experience. Yet, some students fail to achieve a minimum grade point average or meet the required number of credits needed to continue in their academic studies and are placed on Academic Recovery. Academic Recovery is a serious warning that a student’s academic performance needs improvement.

SUNY Canton’s Academic Recovery program is set up to give students a second chance to improve their academic standing. The program provides a structured learning experience to help students raise their cumulative GPA towards good academic standing. Students on Academic Recovery are required to attend a mandatory meeting at the start of the semester as well as workshops throughout the semester to improve their study skills and academic habits. The Academic Recovery contract spells out specific details and requirements.

Log in computers are available for use ONLY when labs are open. Go to the Tutoring Center webpage for the most up-to-date lab hours.

Mandatory Academic Recovery Meetings

Students must attend one meeting.

  • Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 11 am – Miller Campus Center - 212
  • Thursday, January 24, 2019 at noon – Miller Campus Center - 212
  • Friday, January 25, 2019 at 2 pm - Miller Campus Center - 212


Dr. Molly A. Mott, Associate Provost/Dean of Academic Support Services :: MacArthur Hall 604, phone 315-386-7425

Secretary - Janet Livingston - livingsj@canton.edu :: MacArthur Hall 604, phone 315-386-7425

Academic Advising Center :: The Ready Center, Miller Campus Center 224, phone 315-379-3954

Sharon Tavernier - taverniers@canton.edu :: Miller Campus Center 224, phone 315-379-3954

Marianne DiMarco-Temkin - dimarcotemkinm@canton.edu :: Miller Campus Center 224, phone 315-379-3954

Director of Tutoring - Johanna Lee - leej@canton.edu :: Southworth Library Learning Commons, Room 125, phone 315-386-7910


Academic Support Services
SUNY Canton
34 Cornell Drive
Canton, NY 13617

Dr. Molly A. Mott
Associate Provost/ Dean of Academic Support Services and Instructional Technologies
MAC 604