Albright offers teams of people and programs that help students succeed, include the Academic Learning Center, Experiential Learning and Career Development Center, tutoring, academic coaching, accessibility services and Title III professionals.
Student Success Support
We have a lot of faculty and staff who are really dedicated to helping students find different ways to learn, find different ways to study. That's what I learned when I went to college.
If you need help writing a paper, you can go to them. There's peer writing tutors in the Writing Center.
They have a different perspective because they can say, Oh, this is how I learned this. And when I really struggled with this, I did these things. With the library project, we're bringing all these resources for students into one place. And so we've got a lot of student resources kind of all in one floor with the library, including the tutoring, including academic coaches, including the accessibility office.
There's plenty of internships that students can apply to and should they need help putting together you know, a resume, cover letters, CV, whatever the employer may require. There's the ELCBC, which is the Experiential Learning and Career Development Center. There's just countless resources that you can take advantage of.
We know our students can't hide here. That's that's the downside. But the upside is that we often know what your interests are, what your what your experiences have been. It's really fun to say let me introduce you to this other person in a different department, because they're going to be able to help you explore this particular area and find out what your next step might be. And that's a lot of fun for us. That's why we came to a small school like Albright.
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