Academic Help Center
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 category under each drop down menu.
In order to explore these 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.
Student Academic Resources Toolbox
Peer tutoring is available for many 100-200 level courses up to 2 hours/week. Peer tutors review course content, discuss questions, and help students prepare for tests and assignments. Most tutors will have successfully completed the course and be able to provide additional success strategies.
The Writing Center offers free sessions with peer writing and reading tutors to discuss all aspects of the writing process including brainstorming, composition and editing skills. Peer tutors work with writers at any skill level and for any writing course. Interactive sessions will help develop your ideas through meaningful conversations about writing. How to Make an Appointment
Peer Academic Tech Support assists students with general academic tech needs, such as Canvas, Kaltura (video creation/uploading), Word formatting, PowerPoint, and the Albright website.
Rachel Liberatore, Director of the Writing Center and Tutoring Services
Rebecca Makowiecki, Assistant Director of the Academic Learning Center
The Academic Learning Center is on the third floor of Teel Hall, room 309A. 610-921-7662
The Writing Center is located on the third floor of Teel Hall, room 309B. 610-921-7540
To see more, visit the Academic Learning Center home page and the Writing Center home page.
Albright College offers experiential learning resources: study abroad, undergraduate research, the ACRE program and the Honors Program.
- Study Abroad – Find out about semester, summer, and short-term opportunities abroad.
- ACRE (Undergraduate Creative Research Program) – Learn about Albright’s ACRE Program during summer and January interim terms.
- Student Travel Funding Program – Apply for funding that will cover costs to attend or present at a conference.
- Honors Program – Learn more about the Honors Program at Albright.
- Make an appointment on Handshake – Meet with a staff member or a peer educator to learn about any program offered by the ELCDC.
- Internships– Explore a career before you graduate! This step-by-step guide helps you get started.
- Resume Resources– Your resume is a one-page overview of all of your relevant experiences to date. This Canvas module will teach you proper formatting and what should be included.
- Focus 2 Career – Focus 2 is an academic and career exploration tool (answer a series of questions and be shown a list of majors and careers that might interest you. use “lions” as your access code.
- View Resources and Campus Events on Handshake – on campus or online events and some 24/7 resources.
- Make an appointment on Handshake – Meet with a staff member or peer educator about any ELCDC program.
- Research and reference support via telephone, live chat, text message or in person (contact info below).
- Renew books and make purchase suggestions online through your library account.
- Print from the library or other on-campus computers using PawPrint printing software.
- Locate materials outside the Albright library system through Tipasa (interlibrary loan) service. (Chrome and Firefox browsers only).
- Gingrich Library Home Page
- Course Resource Guides – provide links to resources that support your individual courses.
- Database List – provides the resources needed to locate books and articles on specific topics.
- Digital Collections from the Archives – connects you to various digitized historic materials in the library’s collection.
- PawPrint Mobile Login
Call (610)-921-7211 or email LibraryRef@albright.edu.
Live chat about reference materials on the library website.
Send a text at (610)-616-2704.
Visit us on the ground level of the Computer and Mathematics Building (CCM).
The Lion’s Edge is Albright’s campus-wide student success system: check your grades, schedule meetings with your Student Success Specialist and communicate with faculty and staff.
- Student Overview of Lion’s Edge (PowerPoint) – Find instructions on how to use the Lion’s Edge.
- Schedule a meeting with your Student Success Specialist (or learn how) through Lions Edge.
To see more, visit the Lion’s Edge home page.
- Academic support for first-year students – schedule an appointment with your Student Success Specialist here! First-year students are assigned a Student Success Specialist when they begin their studies at Albright. They will work with you on topics such as, study skills, time management, and academic exploration, non-academic advising, etc.
- Academic support for returning students – email the Academic Learning Center to make an appointment with an academic coach.
Alpha Program for Undeclared Students – Find information and academic exploration events for students in our Alpha Program.
Academic Exploration – Explore your interests and possible major choices.
College Financial Planning & Literacy – Learn about planning your finances and financial aid during your time at Albright.
- Alpha Program for Undeclared Students – Find information and events.
- Academic Exploration – Explore your interests and possible major choices.
Visit the Experiential Learning & Career Development Center home page and the Office of Student Success home page.
Contact the Experiential Learning & Career Development Center
Contact the Office of Student Success
Office Number (610) 921-7676
Visit Room 100E, Center for Computing and Mathematics (CCM) – #28 on Albright’s campus map.
Submitting a ticket: Emailing email@example.com will automatically create your ticket with Client Services.
Visit the Digital Strategy and Infrastructure (DSI) Department’s website.
- Students who would like to request a housing or academic accommodation may do so through the student health portal. Please log in with your lion credentials and click on the accommodations tab. You will be asked to submit documentation from a provider that supports your request, in accordance with our documentation standards. If you need assistance with your application, please contact the SAA office.
- This presentation provides tips and information on services for students who learn differently at Albright.
- A student who is approved for access to the Accommodated Test Center should complete the Accommodated Test Administration Form and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org 1 week in advance of each exam.
- A student who is approved for accommodations may print an accommodation letter for your professor by logging into the Student Health Portal, choosing the accommodations tab and selecting term request.
- 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
Email Sherry Young, M.A., Director of Student Accessibility and Advocacy
Call the Student Accessibility and Advocacy Office at 610-921-7503 or email SAA@albright.edu.
Visit the Student Accessibility & Advocacy home page.
The Department of Digital Learning and Innovation brings together experts in teaching, technology, and virtual learning to champion innovative and transformational practices that enhance the academic experience of our students and faculty. We work collaboratively to ensure Albright College faculty have the tools, resources, and knowledge they need to deliver accessible, high quality online, hybrid and in-person courses.