Provides academic support for students through an increased awareness of learning strengths and areas for improvement including, but not limited to: time management, organization of learning spaces, learning strategies, and assistance in specific course assignments.
Students who are multi-lingual or who have parents who are nonnative speakers of English may work with the Associate Director, ACMS. They may seek help with understanding assignments & reading strategies, grammar, outlining, revising, & editing, & the conventions of scholarly writing.
Provides support to students in understanding and using numerical information. Peer tutors provide study groups and some individual tutorials for students in quantitative courses.
Works both with students and faculty, working to create a dynamic conversation about writing and speaking at Bowdoin. The Writing and Rhetoric program includes a writing-across-the-curriculum program that offers student writers a chance to talk through their ideas with a peer writing assistant. These guided conversations lead to better learning, thinking, and writing.