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Student Support

The Educational Access Center has a number of resources available to students. Explore the resources, support programs, and tools provided on this page!

Community Room

The Community Room is a space in the EAC for students to use as an independent study space, break between classes, or to relax. There are computers available, couches, a whiteboard, as well as some stress management tools. The Community Room is open when the EAC is open (Monday-Friday, 8am -5pm) and you don’t need to reserve the room to use it.

PAL Hours

Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) Hours are drop-in assistance for students to get support with academic management, finding resources on campus, assistance with problem-solving, or to get homework done alongside somebody. PAL hours are drop-in, so students can come and go at any time, and can be found on our events calendar.

Workshops and Events

The EAC hosts a number of skill-building workshops and events throughout the year. Check our events calendar for any upcoming opportunities to connect and learn with us.

Event Calendar

Autistic Scholars Program for Inclusion, Representation, and Empowerment

ASPIRE

The Autistic Scholars Program for Inclusion, Representation, and Empowerment (ASPIRE) supports Autistic students to accomplish their educational goals through individualized and small group learning and community engagement.

Check back soon to apply!

TRIO Academic Coaching and Educational Support

TRIO Academic Coaching and Educational Support (ACES) is a federally funded TRIO grant program. ACES supports qualifying students with disabilities or diagnosed conditions in pursuing and attaining their degree by offering individualized services.

Learn more about TRIO ACES

Meeting With Professors

Getting to know your professors is so helpful for your success as a student. But absolutely, it can be intimidating to introduce yourself. Here are some tools to help you get started.

Self Advocacy Advice

Tips on advocating for what you need to succeed in class

Office Visit Checklist

A tool to help you plan an office visit with your professor

Quick Guides

College can be complicated. Higher education vocabulary and terminology is intimidating. But knowledge is power, and we’re here to help. Here are some tools and guides that may be helpful for you as you start to navigate your college experience and want to plan ahead.