During this new season of learning, we wanted to make you aware of new and adjusted ways that you can work with the Academic Success Center. From virtual one-on-one meetings to online tutoring opportunities, there are many ways to stay connected to the services we offer. Learn more about our available resources and safety protocols.
The Academic Success Center serves the academic needs of all students by providing small-group support for large core courses; a Writing Center with trained peer tutors; subject tutors for specified courses; ELL tutors; specialized academic advising; one-on-one staff support for time management and study skills; career advising.
The ASC is dedicated to helping students develop self-awareness as learners and investigate new strategies and techniques for effective academic performance. Professional staff members are available to assist all students with issues related to academic performance and learning disabilities that affect a student's general academic progress. Learn more about ASC's mission to support students ➔
If you haven't visited the Academic Success Center before, please complete our Intake Form. You only need to complete this form once, but it will help us prepare to serve you well and make the most of our first meeting!
The Academic Success Center offers a range of support resources to help and equip Gordon students academically, including one-to-one academic support with our academic counselors and workshops on a variety of topics.
The Academic Success Center is the designated disabilities office on campus, working in conjunction with departments, offices, and faculty to deliver appropriate accommodations to qualified students.
The ASC provides small-group tutoring with a trained peer tutor for a variety of courses, including most core classes and language classes.
Our office is home to Gordon’s Writing Center, where trained peer writing tutors meet with students about their papers and essays, guiding them at any point in the writing process, from brainstorming to final revision.
The Academic Support Center meets with students whose first language is not English to help them adapt to American standards of academic discourse.
The Academic Success Center, in partnership with the Career & Connection Institute, assists with career exploration, post-graduation planning with seniors, early-stage planning for first and second-year students including campus employment and internship readiness. They also connect students with employers and hiring events.
The Academic Success Center offers two courses for Gordon students to support them academically and socially in their transition to Gordon—Transitions, a group for students with ASD and social pragmatic challenges, and GEN 175 Applications of Learning Theory class.
The Academic Success Center has many options to help with time management, study skills and organization available for all students in our office. Below are some examples.
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