The Academic Support Center (ASC) serves as a resource for all students who wish to enhance their academic performance through improved time management, organizational skills, study skills, and test-taking strategies.
The academic support coordinator works collaboratively with students, parents, advisors, faculty members, and administrators to support students who need academic coaching or those who have mild to moderate documented learning differences which affect academic performance. The ASC is located in the Constance Lavino Bell ’48 Library.
To encourage students to take ownership of their academic growth and become strong self-advocates in order to realize their full potential. It is vital that every student becomes an equal partner in the learning experience, develops strong working relationships with their teachers, and contributes effectively to the learning environment of their classes. Various levels of support are available to promote this development.
For more information, contact Academic Support Center Director Mary Beth Conley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-408-4283.
To request academic support, please visit our Academic Support Center resources page.
Psychology Faculty, Academic Support Coordinator
Since the fall of 2011, Mary Beth has served as the academic support coordinator which has enabled her to combine her background in counseling psychology with her understanding of brain-based learning strategies.