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Academic Help Center


 

Welcome to the Student Academic Resources Toolbox!

Albright College provides students with many offices dedicated to student academic success. This Toolbox was created for students to provide a centralized location for these offices’ academic support resources and to briefly familiarize students with these many offices and their services. Some of these resources apply across all academic years, while others are limited to the current academic year, and the toolbox has them organized by those categories under each office’s drop down menu.

In order to explore these offices and their services more deeply, or if the resource in question cannot be found in the toolbox, follow the links below to each office’s individual webpage to learn more and to access their contact information.


Current Student Resources

Gingrich Library – Your Success Is Why We’re Here!

  • Research/reference support via telephone (610-921-7211); email (LibraryRef@albright.edu) in person or by chat (on the library website).
  • Ability to renew books and make purchase suggestions online via your library account.
  • Access to printing from library or other on-campus computers using the Pawprint printing software.
  • Ability to use materials not found at Albright through the Tipasa (interlibrary loan) service, where the Albright Library borrows items it does not own for students.
  • Reciprocal borrowing privileges at other academic libraries such as Kutztown University, Bucknell University, Franklin and Marshall College, Gettysburg College, Susquehanna University, Millersville University, as well as local colleges such as Alvernia University and Penn State Berks Campus. See specific information at ACLCP.org.

Important Links

To see more, visit the Gingrich Library home page.


Previous Year Resources

Requesting Accommodations

Students who are interested in requesting accommodations should request an accommodation packet or contact the office via phone or email.

This presentation provides tips and information on services for students who learn differently at Albright.

Students can learn more about the ADAAA and regulations for students with disabilities in higher education via the Transition Guide from the Department of Education.

Differences between High School and College Accommodations for Students with Disabilities


Office Location and Contact Information

The Student Accessibility & Advocacy office is located in the Student Center Conference Room, down the hall from the Dining Hall. The office can be reached by phone at 610-921-7503 or by email at SAA@albright.edu.


Director’s Contact Information

Sherry Young, M.A.
Director of Student Accessibility & Advocacy
Albright College
syoung@albright.edu
610-921-7503

To see more, visit the Student Accessibility & Advocacy home page.


Previous Year Resources


Previous Years – Student Resources

Resources coming soon…