The Academic Resource Center is here to support you with your academic success both remotely and in-person. Visit WCOnline to schedule an in-person or online appointment for Peer Tutoring, Writing Assistance, or Academic Coaching (for study strategies and time management).
Connect with us! EMAIL | INSTAGRAM | Phone: 617-735-9755 | Location: Cardinal Cushing Library G-04 |
Individual Peer Tutoring Sessions and Study Groups
Peer Tutors help students master coursework and enhance their learning skills. Peer tutors are made available for key core and high-demand courses. Tutors also facilitate study groups prior to important exams.
Academic Coaches work with students individually to develop effective strategies and skills necessary for college success, including time-mangagement and study strategies. Academic strategy workshops are offered each semester. The schedule of workshops is located on ECLearn in the Learning Commons Toolbox.
Professional Writing Specialists and Writing Peer Tutors assist at any stage of the writing process in any discipline. ARC Writing Specialists offer workshops focused on strengthening college writing including use of citations and writing personal statements for graduate school. The schedule of workshops is located on ECLearn in the Learning Commons Toolbox.
Math and Science Peer Tutors provide assistance to enhance students' understanding of math, science, nursing, and test strategies for a variety of courses.
Graduate School and Fellowship Preparation
Academic Coaches and Writing Specialists offer guidance with graduate school and fellowship applications. This includes assisting students with navigating timelines, understanding the basic demands of graduate school exams, and refining personal statements.
Disability Support Services
The ARC works closely with Disability Support Services to provide comprehensive academic support for students with documented disabilities.
ARC Services for GPP/Nursing Programs
The ARC offers select academic support services to meet the needs of Emmanuel Graduate Studies/Nursing Program students.
Location: Cardinal Cushing Library, Room G04 (Ground Level)
Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Sunday 5-8 p.m.
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