Resources and Links

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The following are resources which students may find useful. Additionally, Accessibility Services is always available to answer any questions you may have, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Academic Resources

There are a variety of academic services offered to assist all Wesleyan students. Students with disabilities are encouraged to seek out these resources in addition to accessing accommodations.

Accessibility Services
Accessibility Services works to provide supports beyond accommodations. These supports, which include a focus on the development of metacognitive learning strategies and time management and organizational skills, are available to all Wesleyan students.

Assistive Technology
A list, and descriptions, of various assistive technology supports available at Wesleyan, provided through Academic Technology and Accessibility Services.

Deans' Peer Tutoring Program
Peer tutors are provided free of charge for individual students in need of further course-content instruction. Students interested in this program should visit the web page and fill out the request form.

Math Workshop
The Math Workshop always has two staff members on duty, who may be either experienced undergraduates, or math graduate students. The staff offer a drop-in tutoring service, available to all members of the Wesleyan community, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, while answering questions about mathematics.

Peer Advisors
Academic Peer Advisors are available to assist with skill building in time management, study skills, note taking, and test taking. They can also assist with understanding and navigating university processes such as course planning and housing selection. For more information, email the Academic Peer Advisors at

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Zone is located in the Science Library and is a space where students currently taking introductory science courses can receive academic support. Students can get help from course teaching assistants, course instructors, peer advisors, and fellow students.

Student Academic Resources
Student Academic Resources (SAR) coordinates programs for intellectual enrichment and academic support. You can schedule individual meetings to learn about various approaches to studying and learning.

Writing Workshop
Writing mentors and tutors work individually with students, and assist many students with disabilities. Students can meet with a tutor to discuss ideas for an upcoming assignment, edit a rough draft of a paper, or review a professor's comments on completed work. Student looking for more personalized support can sign up for a Writing Mentor at the beginning of each semester.