Academic Advising

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Campus Support

Academic Advising, Student Accessibility Services Coordinator

The director of Student Accessibility Services and the Student Accessibility Service adviser are available to meet with students who have self-identified and registered with the office. These meetings can take place as often as once per week and can focus on various aspects of student support including:

  • Problem solving
  • Organization and time management
  • Connecting to resources
  • Self-advocacy
  • Assistance in accessing text in alternate format
  • Assistance in implementing accommodations
  • Study skills

Clark University's Writing Center

The Writing Center is available to all students and offers one on one appointments with a writing consultant.

Math Tutoring

Math Tutoring is available to all students through the Math Department. Contact the Math and Computer Science department directly to request more information.

Dean of Students Office

You should feel free to consult with staff members in the Dean of Students Office about any aspect of life at Clark-personal or academic. In particular, the Dean of Students Office is responsible for coordinating services related to housing, residential life, multicultural student services, international student services, new student orientation, health services, student activities, personal counseling, wellness, and judicial affairs.

Counseling and Wellness Center

The Center for Counseling and Personal Growth provides short-term therapy to undergraduate students. Psychiatric services are NOT available through this center or Health Services.

Wellness Outreach Office

The Wellness Outreach Office is dedicated to assisting students in making responsible, healthy choices as they navigate their academic careers and social lives. Pamphlets and educational materials are available outside the office door.

LEEP Center

The LEEP Center offers holistic student support and advising by connecting students with resources to align their academic and co-curricular interests and prepare them to be responsible and engaged members of our global society. One goal of this office is to help students make the transition from college to careers through a variety of programs, including individual advising, workshops on the job search process, employer recruiting programs, credit and non-credit internship opportunities, career fairs, on-campus career exploration events, and graduate school advising.