Adjusting from High School to College; Building Study Skills
The ASC is certified by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) and is an active member of the New England Peer Tutor Association (NEPTA).
The Academic Support Center Mission Statement:
The Academic Support Center, located on the 2nd floor of the d’Alzon Library, is committed to assisting students to reach their academic potential. The ASC is designed to enrich the academic and learning skills of Assumption College students through the utilization of on-ground peer tutors and professional staff, and e-tutoring.
Tutoring is available in:
Writing Conferences are available in:
Organization of ideas
Citation format (MLA, APA)
Academic Support Center Resources
Available 7 days/week, 24 hours/day. Students can submit questions on-line and receive real-time answers. Papers may also be submitted for review. Papers are usually returned within 48 hours of submission.
A college degree is more than just 40 courses and 120 credit hours.
At Assumption College, it is a personal and intellectual journey, and no two are alike. Assumption is committed to academic advising founded on a strong, individual relationship between advisor and advisee. All students are advised by informed, experienced, full-time teaching faculty committed to helping you chart your journey at each stage of your experience.
First year: Assumption matches each student with an advisor based on academic interests and goals. Those advisors aid in the transition to college-level academics, guide students to resources on campus, including the College’s online advising and registration system, WebAdvisor.
Second year: Advisors focus on supporting students as they choose among our 40 majors.
Junior year: In addition to course selection and career discussions, there are exciting opportunities such as study abroad or internships.
Senior year: Advisors support advisees as they apply to graduate school and post-baccalaureate scholarships, or move into the professional world.
Assumption College is committed to providing equity, access, and inclusion for all students with disabilities within all aspects of the campus community.