Center for Academic Excellence
The Center for Academic Excellence is located in the DiPietro Library on the main Rindge Campus. With a staff of dedicated professionals, the CAE team encourages students to become active learners in their college education. Students may choose from a variety of services offered every semester, free of additional charge. These services include peer tutoring and mentoring, individual meetings with staff members, scheduled study times, and specialized workshops – all designed to assist students in their development and academic success.
Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities or Neurodiversities
Academic accommodations are available for students with documented disabilities. Disabilities can include learning differences, autism, mental health diagnoses, various medical conditions, ADHD, neurodiverse conditions and/or physical impairments. Temporary accommodations are also available, with appropriate documentation. The Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services is responsible for determining eligibility for reasonable accommodations to meet the needs of students with such conditions.
Accommodations provided are based on both formal documentation and student interviews and follow the guidelines set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act as Amended and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Documentation requirements vary depending upon the condition. Please contact email@example.com for more information. Grievances not satisfied by contact with the Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services should be handled by the Dean of Student Affairs, Andrew Pollom at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (603) 899-4162, who serves as the compliance officer for all student matters related to the ADA/504, Clery Act, and Title IX.