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Campus Offices that Support Students

Do you have a student who needs academic assistance or emotional support? A student who is interested in pursuing new challenges? Below are offices and programs that you can direct students to for support or unique opportunities.

Students in the Math Achievement Center
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    • Advising Center: Helps students achieve their educational goals and timely degree completion through sound academic planning and support, assistance with college adjustment, and referrals to relevant campus-wide student support services. Professional advisors help exploratory  students with their Eastern-in-4 plans. In addition, advisors and student peer advisors are available on a walk-in basis to support students on a variety of academic topics, including registration processes and deadlines.
    • Math Achievement Center: Provides free, drop-in math tutoring by certified student tutors. Students can also go to the MAC to work with the TI-83/84/89 calculator or math-relate software, work on math homework, and access math textbooks.
    • Office of Accessibility Services: Provides guidance and services to ensure equal access to all educational programs and activities at Eastern. Assists incoming students who had 504 plans in high school with the transition to college. Facilitates accommodations and support services to students with documented disabilities and temporary injuries. Website includes links to accessible maps, steps for reporting an ADA issue, information about assistive technology, and guidance for faculty on accommodations and universal design. It also includes guidance about the rights, roles, and responsibilities that students, faculty, and the OAS share to ensure successful implementation of accommodations.
    • Tutoring Center: Offers one-on-one tutoring sessions to help students with course content and skill development. Tutors can also help students assess their current strengths and weaknesses among their academic routines and devise an improvement plan that addresses time management, organization, goal setting, note-taking, studying, and/or school-life balance. 
    • Writing Center: Provides trained undergraduate peer tutors to support students in their writing development. Tutors can help students understand what an assignment is asking for, think through an outline or possible topic, and review their writing. Students should come to Writing Center appointments with specific questions or things they want to work on, e.g. "Does my argument make sense?" or "Is my organization clear?" or "Do I have a lot of punctuation mistakes?"  
    • Counseling and Psychological Services: Provides students with individual counseling, group counseling, referrals, wellness education, and a variety of self-help resources on topics such as mindfulness and anxiety management. Website includes a faculty/staff referral guide and information for students on taking a medical leave of absence.
    • Health Services: On-site physician and nurse practitioners see students for illnesses, injuries, and women's health services. The office also provides educational and reference materials, programming, and professional consultation.
    • Intercultural Center: Works to build a cultural, diverse, and inclusive community and ti enhance awareness and inclusion by providing services that support, embrace, and celebrate a myriad of cultures, identities, and experiences. Provides multicultural events throughout the year, educational workshops on topics such as diversity and microaggressions, support for multicultural student clubs, and a space for students to study and unwind. Students can connect with staff members to discuss any academic, social, or personal concerns.
    • Office of Career Services: Supports students in identifying and obtaining internships and job opportunities. Provides resume reviews, career and graduate school fairs, networking events, mock interviews, and online tools for finding internships and employment.
    • Pride Center: Actively works to create a campus culture that acknowledges and values diverse gender identities, gender expressions, and sexualities. Provides a welcoming space for LGBTQIA+ students to study and meet up with friends, events throughout the year, "Safe Zone Advocacy" workshops, a Lavender graduation for LGBTQIA+ students, a lending library of books and movies, and resources for LGBTQIA+ students and allies. In addition, faculty can request that the Pride Center facilitate a workshop in their classroom. Website includes information on submitting a preferred name on Eastern documents, finding gender neutral restrooms, and a list of courses that address issues of sexuality and gender in an LGBTQ context. 
    • Women's Center: Fosters a space of belonging through affirming and honoring the experiences of women and supporting justice and equity for all. Provides an ongoing calendar of programs, a space for students to study or seek information and support, crisis services, and resources designed to effectively champion gender equity and combat gender-based violence.