Academic Support Services
- Academic Advising
- Counseling Services
- Student Accessibility & Advocacy
- Academic Learning Center (ALC)
- Writing Center
- Experiential Learning and Career Development Center
Welcome to the Academic Support Programs and Services page. Here you will find links to some key offices and services whose faculty and professional staff can help you make the most of your academic experience at Albright. The links below will lead you to information about:
Academic Advising. The faculty advising system is a crucial and integral part of an Albright education. The advising process helps you as a student to plan and complete an academic program that satisfies your individual needs and goals. Your advisor can help you to understand the value of a liberal arts education and to explore the relationships among your academic coursework, your personal goals, and the opportunities and responsibilities of the larger world, including the world of work. If you have questions, contact Dr. Joseph Thomas in Academic Affairs.
The Academic Learning Center, which offers a range of academic services: peer tutoring in virtually all subjects, academic skills workshops, and academic counseling for students with academic concerns. If you have questions, contact Rebecca Lemmel in the ALC.
The Writing Center, whose peer tutors and faculty coordinator can assist your growth as a writer in any course, whether you are brainstorming a topic or working on the nuances of a final draft. If you have questions, contact Rachel Liberatore in the Writing Center.
The Experiential Learning and Career Development Center offers a variety of services for students, alumni and employer. The Center assists students in exploring majors, careers, and experiential learning opportunities that enhance Albright’s core learning goal of “engaging the world.” Experiential learning is a “hands-on” approach to education that is personally relevant and connected to students’ academic learning objectives. Albright students participate in experiences such as internships, study abroad/off-campus study, service learning, and undergraduate research. The career development process helps students make meaning from their experiences and education, leading to greater personal satisfaction and professional success. If you have questions, contact Karen Evans in the ELCDC.
Study Abroad, Undergraduate Research Opportunities, and the Honors Program, which are under the umbrella of the Experiential Learning and Career Development Center. If you have questions, contact Kim Justeson in the ELCDC.