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Academic Support Services
Academic Resources are available for all students to assist them in achieving their maximum academic potential. The college offers a variety of services including tutoring programs, study skills and time management assistance, general advising, assisting students with disabilities, and more. Faculty and staff are here to guide and empower all students to assume responsibility for their own education and to become self-directed learners.
Students may request tutors for all general and major courses. Peer tutors work with students on an individual basis or in a group setting. School Deans and advisors identify and train students, based on their academic record and instructor recommendation, to be peer tutors. Peer tutoring in math, science, and writing is available through the Math/Science Support Center, and the Writing Center.
Students may also make individual appointments with their school Dean to receive help with communication with professors and advisors, as well as staying on track to ensure academic success.
Students who are placed on Academic and Financial Aid Warning and/or Academic and Financial Aid Probation create, in consultation with their advisor and school Dean an Academic Plan that is then monitored in regular meetings with the faculty advisor and or school Dean.
Consumer Information: Go to programinfo.dwc.edu to access information on the programs of study offered at Daniel Webster College, including, among other things:
Daniel Webster College (DWC), 20 University Drive, Nashua, NH 03063, 800.325.6876
The College's publications and most recent audited financial statements are available on request.