Accelerated Degree Program Student Handbook
Commencement Events and Information
Dates to Remember
February 28, 2017, Last day to submit ACEL portfolios to ADP office for consideration towards May Commencement
April 8, 2017, ADP Cohort Dinner/Honors Awards Ceremony
May 1, 2017, Last day for Albright College to receive official transcripts, CLEP/DSST transcripts or letters*
May 20, 2017, Baccalaureate Ceremony
May 21, 2017, Albright College Commencement*letters refers to if you are enrolled in a general studies or elective course at Albright College or another school noting. Your instructor is required to email us at email@example.com that you are passing the current course with a C- or above. This is only needed if this course will get you within the 2 course threshold to participate in Commencement.
Services and Information
The Albright Writing Center is a free peer tutoring service to assist you in writing for all of your courses. The center is located on the Reading campus on the first floor of the Administration Building. The coordinator, a composition instructor, is also available for consultation. The Writing Center can offer writing support services to ADP students attending at all Pennsylvania locations. The office can be reached by phone at (610) 921-7540 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Albright College provides students enrolled in the Accelerated Degree Program access to online tutoring in subjects such as: Accounting, Business, Statistics, Sciences and more. Students can access online tutoring by logging into Moodle and accessing the ADP Student Support Site. Please speak with your Enrollment Advisor for more details.
Disability Support Services
Albright College ensures that students with disabilities have equal opportunity to participate in its programs and activities, in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) and encourages qualified students to request reasonable accommodations. Albright College offers academic adjustments, auxiliary aids, and services for qualified students through the Disability Support Office. The office can be reached by phone at (610) 929-6639 or by email at email@example.com.
Librarians can provide information and give advice on effective search strategy, search terms and using the resources and materials that we have in the library or online. They can help locate relevant library-owned books and journals or will recommend the use of special services such as Interlibrary Loan. Librarians also teach the non-credit e-learning course sequence found in most majors in the Accelerated Degree Program. The library can be reached by phone at (610) 921-7517.
Experiential Learning & Career Development Center
The Albright College Experiential Learning and Career Development Center offers a variety of services for students, alumni and employers. The Center assists students in exploring majors, careers, and experiential learning opportunities. The ELCDC can be reached by phone at (610)-921-7630 or firstname.lastname@example.org.