The Office of Academic Services (O.A.S) fosters inclusive excellence through a family of support centers that promote meaningful engagement in learning and equal access to educational opportunities. Services are tailored to address individual or shared needs; and they are offered in a safe, supportive environment where all students are welcome and challenged to realize their full potential.
Through workshops and one-on-one meetings with members of our staff, students learn skills that promote success in college and beyond. Discussion topics may include time management, note taking, and active reading.
The O.A.S. offers specialized support to student-athletes in light of their unique time demands and the rules that govern intercollege athletics. Services include space for quiet study, academic mentoring, and life skills programming.
The Tutoring Center offers individual and group tutoring in most subject areas. Peer tutors are eager to assist fellow students by reinforcing concepts, building confidence, and strengthening general study skills.
The Writing Center’s goal is to help students of all levels and disciplines become better writers. Tutors are available to help at any stage of the writing process, whether you are brainstorming a topic or polishing a final draft.
Phillips Memorial Library, Room 250
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a progressive, genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and limits the ability to breathe over time. Medical studies show that people with CF are at particular risk of spreading certain germs among others with the disease. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation encourages people living with CF to limit contact with each other. Presently, there is a member of the OAS staff with CF. It is for this reason that we encourage anyone living with CF to contact our Administrative Coordinator, Melanie Sherburne (401-865-2494 or firstname.lastname@example.org), prior to his or her arrival. This will help to ensure the safety of all parties involved.
1 Cunningham Square
Providence, RI 02918 USA