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Academic Support

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Academic Support

Academic Support partners with faculty and campus resources to enrich student learning across disciplines and beyond them. The office houses peer-assisted learning of many kinds as well as a variety of programming and supports that are valuable to learners in all degree programs at the college. Academic Support is here to help students get the most out of their education. Services are free and available to all enrolled students.

Academic Support Resources

  • Skills and Strategy Sessions are available for all undergraduate and graduate students in topics such as time management, learning from readings and lectures, and preparing and studying for tests and quizzes.
  • Peer-Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) and Course Mentor Sessions are available for select courses, and students enrolled in those courses may use those scheduled sessions as frequently as needed.
  • , a peer tutoring platform, allows students to book 1-on-1 and group tutoring sessions with verified high-achieving students from 鶹 who have previously completed the courses in which they offer assistance. 
  • The Quantitative Resource Center (QRC), located in SMC 335, is staffed by peer educators qualified to cover drop-in support for Calculus I, II, Stats, and select Economics course content.
  • The Language Resource Center (LRC) holds scheduled one-on-one sessions for students in Spanish, French and German.
  • The Writing Center welcomes all members of the 鶹 community. Writing Center Consultants work with writers on writing, broadly defined, in any genre produced for any course or Moravian-oriented project at any stage of the writing process. The Writing Center is located on the second floor of Zinzendorf Hall; however, because that is not an accessible space, students can request to meet with their Writing Consultant in Reeves Library when scheduling an appointment.
  • Writing Fellows are undergraduate, course-embedded writing consultants who play a part in supporting the writing development and academic success of their peers at Moravian. Writing Fellows work with all First-Year Writing courses and many writing-intensive and writing-enriched courses across academic disciplines.
  • The Writing at Moravian Program, in addition to the Writing Center and Writing Fellows program, oversees first-year writing, writing in the disciplines, and faculty development in the teaching of writing, critical reading, and information/digital literacy. 

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Services specifically for students with disabilities are housed in the Office of Disability & Accommodations. That office also offers extended absence notification and support for temporary injuries.

The Counseling Center provides confidential individual, couples, and group counseling and therapy to all full-time undergraduate and graduate 鶹 students (including Lancaster campus) and full-time LTS students, at no additional charge.