Academic Resources & Support Services

These support services are designed to help you.

Center for Digital and Visual Literacy

The Center for Digital and Visual Literacy helps students with their digital, audio and visual needs for academic and personal projects. The staff is well trained in numerous production suites, such as Apple Production and the Abode Creative Suite, and provides tutoring on WordPress, HTML and domain creation. Students can also receive guidance on how to design, update and maintain their digital portfolios.

Center for Writing and Speaking

The Center for Writing and Speaking (CWS) is a peer tutoring service devoted to improving and enhancing students’ writing and speaking skills. Entirely staffed by trained student tutors, the CWS provides assistance with writing papers, reviewing speeches and preparing presentations. CWS also supports English language learners in developing and honing their language skills.

Center for Teaching and Learning

The Center for Teaching and Learning offers programming, services and resources that promote dialogue and disseminate information about teaching and learning.

Economics Learning Center

At the Economics Learning Center, students can visit and receive one-on-one help from a professor or learning assistant on economic problem sets. The learning center also provides students access to computer programs such as Excel, Stata and StatTransfer.

McCain Library

As the central academic hub on campus, McCain Library brings together technology specialists and librarians in one facility to provide a range of services, such as access to collections, study space and research help, to support the academic mission of the college.

Resource Center for Math and Science

The Resource Center for Math and Science exists to help support your success in your math and science courses at Agnes Scott. Staffed by learning assistants, the center assists students with mathematical problems and biology, chemistry and physics coursework.

Science Center for Women

Throughout the college’s history, Agnes Scott has emphasized the importance of STEM in the liberal arts tradition. The Science Center for Women coordinates programs that support students in the sciences.

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