Student Learning

Academic Resources

Academic Resources ( A compendium of services and programs collaboratively administered by student coordinators and the full-time Director Joyce P. Foster and the Assistant to the Director Jean St. Jacques that include: Disability Support Services Math & Science Resource Center (MSRC) Peer Tutoring Program… Continue reading »

Research Advice

Research Advice: Library web page containing information on how to schedule a research appointment, ask a research question, cite materials, evaluate sources, and provides access to research guides created for courses and departments.… Continue reading »

Library Survival Guide

Library Survival Guide: A website with basic information about finding books and articles on a topic, finding a call number, getting materials on reserve, reading a citation, and getting help.… Continue reading »

How to Find…

How to Find…: A series of guides for finding particular types of information such as biographies, book reviews, editorials, film reviews and criticism, and more.… Continue reading »

Psychological Counseling Services

Psychological Counseling Services: Provides comprehensive psychological counseling to all students currently enrolled at Williams. The services include: psychiatric evaluations, short-term individual or group therapy, crisis interventions, and medication evaluation, treatment, and follow-up.… Continue reading »

Peer Tutoring Program

Peer Tutoring Program: Faculty-nominated peers are available for almost every course taught at the College.… Continue reading »

Study Skills Corps

Study Skills Corps: A select group of trained peers who conduct workshops for students that focus on aspects of studying.… Continue reading »

Eph Survival Guide

Eph Survival Guide: An online tutorial about academic integrity, the Williams Honor Code, how to incorporate sources into writing, and managing workload.… Continue reading »

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