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Learning Support Program

The Learning Support Program serves students who need to develop or enhance their skills and knowledge in English and/or math. A student’s learning support requirements are determined on the basis of SAT/ACT test scores, the high school grade point average, and/or college placement exam scores. Students who test into Learning Support courses must be enrolled in required courses until all subject areas have been satisfied.

Learning Support Courses

  • ENG099 – Support for English Composition – 2 hours (To be taken with ENG111)
  • MAT099 – Support for College Algebra – 2 hours(To be taken with MAT111)

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Educational Tools

Writing Center

The Andrew College Writing Center offers writing support to students throughout all disciplines. In the Writing Center, students can receive assistance in all stages of the writing process, from brainstorming to revising, providing them with a strong foundation for excellence in all courses and their chosen discipline. The Writing Center also provides instructors with support and resources to help students improve their writing skills. Throughout the academic year, the Writing Center presents workshops on topics such as formatting styles, using correct grammar, and avoiding plagiarism. Staffed with peer and professional tutors, the Writing Center is open Monday-Friday on the third floor of Staples Hall in Room 303.
For additional information, contact Prof. Katie Dodrill at
Academic Support

Office of Disability Services

The mission of Disability Services is to ensure that students, faculty, and staff with disabilities are given the same rights and services as other students of the University.

Click on the links below to find out more about Andrew College Office of Disability Services:

Office of Disability Services

Guidelines for Accessing Accommodations

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Disability Services Request Form


Disability Services Staff:

Katie Dodrill, Coordinator


Academic Success Center

The Academic Success Center offers students academic support in all subjects. Students can visit to work with a peer or professional tutor, or just to have a comfortable, quiet space to study. Computers and a printer are also available. The Academic Success Center presents workshops throughout the academic year on topics including study skills, test preparation, and time management. Students can also meet with the Academic Success Coordinator to set up individualized study schedules and time management plans. The Academic Success Center is open Monday-Friday in Pitts Library to the left as you enter the building.
For additional information, contact Prof. Katie Dodrill at
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UpSwing is a 24/7 online tutoring service available to both on-campus and online students. Using UpSwing, students can schedule a virtual tutoring session using video, audio, chat, and/or a virtual whiteboard. Students can upload and share documents before and during sessions. In addition, students can access an online writing lab as well as submit writing assignments and receive feedback within 48 hours. UpSwing is available online to all Andrew College students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For additional information, visit or contact Prof. Katie Dodrill at

Academic Support Contact

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Katie Dodrill, M.A.T.
Director of the Academic Success Center,
Associate Professor of English
229-732-5939 – office
229-732-5994 – fax