Supporting your academic success whenever you need it

Your academic success matters to us. That’s why Academic Services plays an important role at Mount Ida College. The personal attention you’ll receive here goes far beyond the classroom. You can count on our professionally trained and friendly staff to provide you with help, whether you need a quick tutoring session to take your writing skills up to the next level or you require more dedicated and focused support to address your individual learning needs.

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Our Academic Services team is herto help you achieve success throughout your college career. Choose from these academic support services and programs:

Academic Success Center: is open daily each semester to all Mount Ida students. Professional and peer tutors provide you free tutoring in a supportive environment, where you can get assistance with assignments and strengthen study skills and strategies for effective test-taking.

Writing Center: Mount Ida College Writing Center provides free tutoring to improve your writing skills – no matter your chosen academic major or degree program. Writing a lab report or research paper? Stop by the Writing Center. Learn more.

Services for Students with Disabilities: Mount Ida College provides a variety of academic support services and other help to students with documented disabilities. Individual support may include tutoring, classroom accommodations, testing modifications and assistive technology.

Student Program (SAP): The Student Achievement Program (SAP) is a fee-for-service program that offers students the opportunity to develop essential skills to support successful learning.  Students who join the SAP program have an assigned learning specialist who works with them one-on-one and in small groups to build on strengths, identify strategies, and establish a clear pathway to achievement in their major field of study.

The Learning Circle (TLC): Through federal funding by the U.S. Department of Education TRiO grant, TLC offers our eligible students free academic support services and other enrichment programs based on a variety of criteria – including financial need, first-generation in college and disability.