Learning Support Division

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 count toward the GPA at Andrew College but do not carry credit applicable to a degree and do not qualify for any honor recognition awarded by Andrew College.

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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Interdisciplinary Writing and Reading Center (IWRC)

One component of Andrew College’s QEP is the Interdisciplinary Writing and Reading Center (IWRC). This program offers academic support to students in both writing and reading throughout all disciplines.

The mission statement for the IWRC is as follows:

  • To provide all students with the support in writing and reading that they need to build a strong foundation for excellence in all courses and their chosen discipline.
  • To provide faculty and staff with the support and professional development that they need to help students across all courses and in the disciplines.
  • To serve faculty, staff, and members of the local community, thus creating a culture of excellence in writing and reading throughout the college and the local community.

For additional information, contact Joshua Temples

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:

Carol Dolberry, Coordinator


Student Success Center

In the fall of 2010, the Department of Education awarded a Title III grant to Andrew College. Through the grant, the College has established a full service Student Success Center. The Student Success Center is open daily and offers professional tutoring for all Andrew College students. The center also utilizes a student tracking and early warning system to monitor absences and grades and refer students to the appropriate resources for academic support and guidance. The SSC assists all students who wish to improve their academic skills. This special program provides intensive study and individual guidance at a pace compatible with the student’s ability.

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Andrew College’s Academic Support programs provide a comprehensive program to student success with Upswing as part of this program. Upswing is a 24/7 tutoring service for both on-campus and online students. Upswing provides interactive learning sessions where students experience collaborative learning through real-time audio, video, chat, and a virtual whiteboard. Students can upload and share documents before and during sessions.

Academic Support Contact

Julia Williams
Student Success Center Coordinator