The Academic Resource Center (ARC) offers academic support free of charge to all undergraduate Manhattanville students, whether full-time or part-time, in a variety of subjects at all levels of the curriculum.
At the ARC students may receive support, individually and in groups, in a relaxed environment, where personal requests may be met. Walk-in Mathematics tutoring is available every day, and there are additional peer tutors and Supplemental Instruction leaders for many subjects. Students are encouraged to look for the SI leaders who may be assigned to their courses, and take advantage of this opportunity to enhance their academic success.
At the Academic Resource Center, emphasis is put on learning and the gaining of independence. Tutors and SI leaders offer guidance and explain principles that students can put into practice. It is important for students who seek assistance to understand that by doing so they are making a commitment both to themselves and the ARC staff.
ARC means instruction, enhancement, and ongoing support. The ARC serves
- students at all levels who wish to work with a peer tutor on understanding course content or study skills
- students who wish to attend S.I. sessions connected to their courses
- students who wish to enhance their skills by training to become S.I. leaders or peer tutors
- faculty who wish to obtain additional support for their students by recommending tutoring at the ARC or by engaging an S.I. for challenging introductory courses.
The Academic Resource Center is located in Library Room 119
Hours: Monday through Friday between 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM
Contact: Carleigh Brower, Tutoring Coordinator
(914) 323-5259 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Students with documented disabilities should refer questions to the Office of Disability Services.