Academic support services are free for students. These services utilize an integrated approach involving faculty, staff and peer mentors to help to insure student success.
Advisers are available for academic counseling support, including:
Woodbury University offers a variety of online courses through Acadeum, a consortium of like-minded accredited colleges and universities that share online course offerings. You can access a list of pre-approved online consortium courses here. A course taken through this consortium is considered institutional credit and will impact student grade-point averages just like a Woodbury University course.
REQUEST TO REGISTER FOR AN ONLINE COURSE
Academic Peer Mentors meet weekly with students to provide encouragement and discuss problem solving, time management, and study skills as needed.
Offering an academic “boost” to students of all abilities, these workshops include self-assessments, exploratory discussions about challenges and proven strategies to help students reach new levels of academic success.
Through the Office of Disabilities and Accessibility Services, these services facilitate support, including academic adjustments for students with documented disabilities.
The Math, Science & Subject Tutoring Center offers free peer tutoring to all Woodbury students. Every tutor has expertise in MATH 049 and 149, and most can tutor in MATH 220, 249, and 251 and several science courses. As a team, their expertise covers an average of 30 courses per semester, in a wide variety of subjects, as well as specialized computer programs. Our appointment scheduler lists each tutor’s specialties for that semester.
The Writing Center offers free peer tutoring services at all stages of the writing process, including brainstorming, developing and refining thesis statements, synthesizing sources, using correct APA and MLA documentation, editing, and proofreading. Tutors help with conventional papers, multi-modal and digital projects, and presentations for classes as well as other professional writing documents, such as resumes and application letters. You may work one-on-one, in-person with a tutor, or submit your essay to our website for online feedback.
An ESL specialist is available free-of-charge to assist international students who face difficulties with written assignments and require a more in-depth understanding of English and how it is used.