Academic Support

If you are having difficulty in a course or have questions not answered in the classroom, the instructor is the best person to approach. The full-time faculty hold office hours during which time you are free to seek whatever academic help you need. Your adviser also might be helpful. If you are a new student (first-year or transfer), you may meet with Kay Greene, Director of Academic Engagement or Bruce Keller, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies, to discuss any concerns you may have. If you are a sophomore, junior, or senior, contact Bruce Keller, Taylor 108A, 215-572-2922. The Learning Resource Network in Knight Hall, 215-572-4086 offers individual and group tutoring for all undergraduate students. Visit the LRN or check out the virtual LRN space on Blackboard by clicking on our organization under your Community tab. Students may request a tutor, study at the LRN, consult our resources, or use the computer lab. Students who wish to improve their academic performance may consult with the center director on reading and study strategies for their courses or they may take advantage of the many learning and study skills resources available in the lab and in the Blackboard organization. The Writing Center in Taylor 204 (215-572-4051) provides individual consultations by appointment or on a drop-in basis for students working on writing projects. The Math Lab in Boyer Hall, Room 110 (215-572-2149) provides drop-in peer tutoring to all students enrolled in math courses Contact Kay Greene Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies Taylor 114B 215-572-2313 Bruce Keller Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies Taylor 108A 215-572-2922 Jaime Maltese Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies Taylor 114A 215-517-2539 Cristina Cintron-Marsh Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies Taylor 107A 215-572-4045 Learning Resource Network Knight Hall 215-572-4086 Web Site