Academic Resource Center

The Writing Center

The Writing Center

The Writing Center is available to students who would like help improving their writing skills in general or enhancing a piece of writing in particular.

The Testing Center

The Testing Center

The Academic Resource Center provides proctoring services for computer and paper-based exams. The staff work directly with faculty to obtain testing material and determine a schedule.

The Reference Center

The Reference Center

Library staff will provide one-on-one reference assistance for any research topic. Staff offers assistance on search strategies, navigating LUCY and other library databases, and any other research related questions.

 

The Academic Resource Center is committed to providing academic programs and services that promote the development and academic success of all Wesleyan College students. The center is located on the ground floor of The Lucy Lester Willet Memorial Library.

 

The tutoring Center

Tutoring is available for all registered Wesleyan College undergraduate students. The goal of tutoring is to supplement the work accomplished in the classroom. Current students who have achieved success in a class or subject matter are trained to assist their peers in learning concepts and developing study skills in this area. Tutoring can take place on an individual basis or in small groups.


 

 

The Office of Disability Services

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If a student with a disability wishes to receive an accommodation, it is the responsibility of the student to inform the Coordinator of Disability Resources and request an accommodation by completing the Disability Services Request Form. The student must provide current documentation from a qualified licensed professional as soon as possible prior to when accommodations are desired. The documentation should include the specific diagnosis attributing to the disability, how the diagnosis was determined, and the effects the disability will have on the student's collegiate life. Students may request a Wesleyan College Disability Services Verification Form on which a licensed professional can provide this information.

 

 

Programs and Services

The Academic Resource Center also offers other academic activities to encourage student success. To find out more about any of the programs and services listed below please contact us by email at ARC@wesleyancollege.edu or by phone at (478) 757-2848.

  • Academic Advising and Planning PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions)
  • New Student Assessments
  • PATH (Pioneering Approaches to Thinking)
  • First Year Experience and Students in Transition
  • Exam Proctoring
  • Academic Success Skill Building
  • CLASS (Collaboratively Learning Academic Study Skills)
  • Academic Counseling
Staff member La Tosha Andre smiles for the camera outside on the quad.
Latasha Andre
Academic Resource Center Director (478) 757-5193
Staff member Leslie Borst in the bottom floor of Willet Library.
Leslie Borst
ARC Administrative Assistant (478) 757-2849
Staff member Theresa Abercrombie smiles for the camera.
Theresa Abercrombie
ARC Program Coordinator (478) 757-5166
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