Erikson Institute’s Academic Success Center and Kathy and Grant Pick Writing Program provide online and on-campus support and resources to help you excel in your chosen program.
All master’s students at Erikson are welcome to use these free resources for assistance with a variety of course assignments and writing projects.
You can request an in-person or online consultation with Stripe Gandara, Director of Academic Support and Disability Services, to discuss writing or academic work. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Academic Success Center in Room 216, located in the library.
You may visit the ASC in room 216 to ask questions about your writing and class assignments or if you have additional concerns about academic support.
Students may send assignments to email@example.com for feedback. Please be aware of the following stipulations:
After a consultation, you may be paired with a tutor for ongoing individual academic support. Tutors at the ASC are alumni of Erikson. As such, they are familiar with the course content and class assignments, and they have a personal understanding of the questions and concerns you have about your graduate work.
Each semester, the ASC facilitates group study sessions that focus on the content of child development courses. These tutor-led sessions provide an opportunity for you and your peers to support each other in your program of study.