Academic Enrichment Center | Writing Center
The Academic Enrichment Center (AEC) programmatically aids students with their learning through peer-to-peer tutoring. Peer tutors integrate study strategies into their tutoring sessions to encourage students to become more effective independent learners. Peer tutors are available for one-on-one tutoring sessions and for pre-arranged group sessions for many math, science and social science courses taken by first-year students. Peer Tutoring is a free service for Earlham College students.
Students who want to discover their learning style and working habits or who want to explore why they are experiencing some learning challenges may make an appointment with the AEC director. The director also assists students with study skills and time management.
The Academic Enrichment Center is the College's disability services office, with the Director serving as the 504 Coordinator for students with disabilities. Students should contact the AEC director to obtain disability status, to request disability accommodations and to initiate a grievance.
Earlham's Writing Center is an academic resource that helps both students and faculty engage fully in a “culture of writing” across the curriculum. The center provides a friendly, comfortable space where student writers of all levels and faculty of any discipline can discover techniques for writing and teaching writing more clearly and effectively. We encourage peer review and revision as a natural part of the writing process. Peer consultants help with every stage of the writing process, including brainstorming, organizing, drafting, and revising. For additional information or to make an appointment visit the Writing Center website.