Xavier University College of Pharmacy
Academic Enrichment Program (AEP)

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. Call and/or email our Student Academic Performance and Support (SAPS) Coordinators, Dana Jones (A-M) or Jucynthia Jessie (N-Z) to express interest in receiving services through the AEP Program. Dana Jones can be reached at 504-520-6217 or via email at Jucynthia Jessie can be reached at 504-520-7492 or via email at  If you email your initial request to participate in the AEP, please include the following information:

  • Your name
  • Contact information (i.e. phone number, cell number, email address)
  • List course(s) and topic(s) that you require tutorial assistance
  • Include your availability for tutoring - Day(s) of week and time(s).

2. Complete the AEP Enrollment Form and return form to the appropriate SAPS Coordinator, Dana Jones (A-M) at or Jucynthia Jessie (N-Z) at or you can deliver the form to College of Pharmacy – Room 201.
3. If you are interested in individual tutoring services, a tutor from the current list of AEP tutors will be assigned to you.
4. 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 Dana Jones at 504-520-6217 or via email at or contact Jucynthia Jessie at 504-520-7492 or via email at

Dr. Linda Blakley
Interim Associate Dean
Office of Students Affairs
College of Pharmacy
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