Services for Students

Want to improve your academic performance? Feel more on top of your workload? Learn new skills and strategies? Find community? Help others? Welcome to the Baldwin Center.

View the student services schedule and make an appointment with Baldwin Center staff. Find helpful resources and downloads here.

You can't stop by Kanbar 102 right now to ask questions or tell us what you need (we're operating virtually for most services), but you can still reach us by emailing Tammis Donovan, Administrative Coordinator of the BCLT, stopping by our Baldwin Center Zoom Room (open office hours M-F, 10:00-11:30 and 1:30-4:00 ET) or by submitting an Academic Services Request form

Peer Services - all services still running virtually

Do you want to become more effective as a college student?

Could your time management be improved? Are there study habits you might want to change/improve/get new ideas?

Could you be a more effective learner in your STEM classes?

Are the quantitative aspects of a class challenging for you?

  • Attend a Study Group for that class.
  • Meet with a Quantitative Reasoning Tutor ("Q-Tutor")

Do you want to be a more effective communicator?

Could your writing skills use some sharpening up? 

New to the Baldwin Center?

Online Scheduling Calendar

Make an appointment with a Writing Assistant, Mentor or Q-Tutor, or see hours available for drop-in.

Need help with the calendar? View video tutorial or contact Tammis Donovan, Administrative Coordinator.

Professional Services

Are you multi-lingual and/or have parents who speak multiple languages?

Would you like to talk through your assignments, get ideas for reading strategies in college, and assistance with the conventions of scholarly writing such as: grammar, outlining, revising, and editing?

Do you want to better manage your workload while maintaining health and well-being?

Would you like to work with an academic coach to strategize plans and schedules, develop techniques for acquiring new knowledge and skills, managing ADHD and test anxiety, overcoming procrastination and more?