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Student Support

Student Support

Unlocking Your Potential: Academic Support for Student Success

At Western New England University, our student-centered focus means that you will be both challenged and supported to succeed here. We offer a variety of academic support services, including free academic tutoring to help students improve their skills and learn techniques to master new course content. With this support, students are encouraged to seek out assistance when they need it and are empowered to build upon that experience on future assignments.

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Writing Center

The Writer Center, part of the Reading and Writing Program, offers free tutoring to all students at the University. Peer tutors work with students to give them tools and guidance to improve their writing, reading, and critical thinking skills.

Writing Center

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Math Center

The Math Center is committed to helping students do their individual best in their mathematics courses. The staff of peer tutors offers support and promotes the understanding of course material so that key concepts may be mastered.

Math Center

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Student Success Center

Are you looking to boost your grades? Are you seeking support for a particular class? Do you need some guidance for managing your time? The Student Success Center is here to help.

Student Success Center

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Student Accessibility Services

All members of the Western New England University community work together to ensure equitable access for students with disabilities. As soon as you enroll, we encourage you to contact our department so that we can best assist you.

Student Accessibility Services

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Office of Academic Affairs

The Office of Academic Affairs is responsible for integrating the University's broad array of the academic efforts in order to ensure a thriving learning community.

Academic Affairs

D'Amour Library

Libraries

The D'Amour Library is a research and social hub for undergraduate and graduate students. With extensive print collections and access to more than 110 databases, the Library includes individual and group study spaces, computer labs, a 24x7 study area, and the Media Center. The three-story Law Library located in the Blake Law Center provides access to print and digital resources to support student, faculty, and alumni research. 

Libraries

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Enrollment Services

The Office of Enrollment Services combines the traditional offices of financial aid, registrar, and student accounts in one convenient location. The office is located in the Lower Level of D'Amour Library.

Enrollment Services