Student Academic Resources

Student Academic Resources (SAR) coordinates programs for intellectual enrichment and academic support, including the Peer Tutoring Program and Accessibility Services. SAR staff members also provide direct academic support to students throughout the year, and work closely with the Academic Peer Advisors.

The goals and objectives of SAR are to:

  • foster a community culture that recognizes the relationship between intellectual growth and personal development
  • ensure that students know about and are encouraged to seek out appropriate services
  • share information among programs and constituents to ensure the provision of high-quality and accessible services that facilitate academic achievement for all students

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There are three specific programs coordinated by SAR:

Visit one of the Student Academic Resources program pages below to learn more about Academic Support Services, the Peer Tutoring Program, or Accessibility Services:

Academic Support Services

Academic Support Services

SAR professional and student staff members are available to meet with any student individually throughout the year to assist with developing academic skills or connecting with other resources on campus.

Peer Tutoring Program

Peer Tutoring Program

Peer tutoring provides individualized content-based support, which is supplemental to faculty office hours and TA sessions, and is available for most courses. Any student can request a tutor or apply to be a tutor.

Accessibility Services

Accessibility Services

Students with documented learning, physical, sensory, health, or psychiatric disabilities may request reasonable accommodations through Accessibility Services to ensure access to education, housing, meal, and co-curricular activities at Wesleyan.