Academic Support Services for Off-Campus Students
Wheelock's Office of Academic Assistance, in the Division of Student Success, uses a developmental philosophy and holistic approach to help all students reach their educational, professional, and personal goals. Students are assisted in identifying and reaching these goals through assessment, determining appropriate steps, and utilizing the following resources.
Wheelock@Worcester Program Resources
The Wheelock College Library
Wheelock@Worcester students have access to a vast array of online resources from the Wheelock College Library, including e-books, streaming video, and full-text journals. Library staff are available to answer questions by phone, email, or chat, and librarians are also available for one-on-one consultations over phone or Skype to help you with specific research needs. Visit the Wheelock@Worcester library guide to get started, or find out more about library services for Distance Learners.
College of the Holy Cross Campus Services
Wheelock@Worcester is moving to the campus of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester. In addition to classroom space, students have access to computers and photocopiers as well as food service and free parking. A campus map and directions can be found here: holycross.edu
Each semester, students are offered ACD 501 Foundations of Graduate Writing, a free, no credit course that will bolster their writing skills. Individual assistance is available from the Academic Support Coordinator. If you have questions about the course or are interested in individual help, contact Steve Baggish at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program has a dedicated Academic Support Coordinator who is available to help students with time management, organization, work-life balance, learning issues, writing, and other issues related to their success.
Access and Disability Resources
It is the policy of Wheelock College to provide appropriate, reasonable accommodations to students who have documented learning, physical, cognitive, or psychiatric disabilities. Students with disabilities are encouraged to meet with the course instructor. To receive appropriate accommodations students must request services from Wheelock's Office of Access and Disability Resources. To make an appointment with Jennifer Pike, Director of Access and Disability Resources, please go to MyWheelock and click the appointments link to search our calendar. If you have questions regarding disability services, please contact Jennifer Pike at ADR@wheelock.edu.
Students and their families have free confidential access to a full range of clinical services up to six sessions. The program is offered through WellConnect by Student Resource Services. There is help available 24 hours at 866-640-4777. Just identify yourself as a Wheelock@Worcester student.
The Wheelock Family Theatre
You can receive free admission for two for opening night performances of the acclaimed Wheelock Family Theatre on the Boston campus. For shows and dates go here: wheelockfamilytheatre.org.
College Support and Service Contacts
Academic Support - Questions about advising or other academic supports? Contact Academic Support Specialist Steven Baggish, email@example.com.
Registrar - Trouble registering? Need a transcript? Questions about grades? Contact:
Michelle Ormerod, firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Aid - Questions about disbursements, available funds, paperwork? Contact:
Student Accounts - Problems with a bill? A hold on your account? Contact:
Michael Discolo email@example.com
Information Technology - Problems with email, logging in or other technology issues. Contact:
Help Desk firstname.lastname@example.org