MAP-Works®

The MAP-Works® 2014 Fall Transition Survey is now closed.  Thank you to everyone who participated. 

Grand Prizes are currently available for pick-up in the MAP-Works office.  The office has moved - we are now located in Meier Hall 245A.

If you completed the survey, access your personalized report by logging into MAP-Works® // Salemstate.edu > Logins > MAP-Works // Your username/password are the same as your Navigator username/password. 

STUDENTS
As you navigate your way through the collegiate environment, there are numerous resources and support systems in place to make sure that you get the encouragement and guidance you need. (Making Achievement Possible) provides strategies for success with customized, relevant information to help you make the most out of your experience, whether or not you are a first-year student or senior.

MAP-Works® is easy! The survey period is over, however students may sign into their MAP-Works account through Navigator to access:

  • An extensive, personalized report providing hints and tips to help you meet your academic and co-curricular expectations
  • Contact information for staff and faculty directly connected to you
  • Links to important campus resources available to support you
  • Your personalized "task list"

For more information, contact us at map-works@salemstate.edu.

FACULTY/STAFF
MAP-Works efficiently and effectively provides faculty and staff with information to assist students achieve success in college. To learn more about MAP-Works faculty and staff are encouraged to contact Jesus Montoya at 978.542.2390 or  map-works@salemstate.edu.  

Drop-in tutorial sessions for faculty to learn how to submit academic updates will be held at the following:

 Wednesday, October 15    10 am - 12 pm  104 Harrington Building 
 Thursday, October 16 2 - 4pm  ITS Training Room, adjacent to Student Navigation Center
 Friday, October 17 1 - 5pm  245A Meier Hall 
 Tuesday, October 21 12 - 2pm  104 Harrington Building 
 Wednesday, October 22 10 am - 12 pm  ITS Training Room, adjacent to Student Navigation Center 
 Thursday, October 23 9 am - 3 pm  245A Meier Hall