Center for Academic Success and Achievement (CASE)Worcester and Manchester Campuses
CASE Services for Manchester and Worcester
CASE-WOR/MAN recognizes the demand and commitment required of students matriculating into professional, accelerated graduate, and post-baccalaureate programs on the Manchester and Worcester campuses. It is our priority to assist students in their academic success and with their adjustment to rigorous course loads by offering a variety of support tools, tutoring, advising, success coaching, and academic counseling. CASE academic support staff work with currently enrolled students to enhance learning, provide vital support, and minimize stress.
Being that the W/M CASE department services students in accelerated graduate and post-baccalaureate programs, we do not approach academic advisement in the traditional sense. These programs are lockstep, therefore the courses required for graduation purposes are pre-determined for each academic department, and the CASE staff do not have the authorization to make any changes to these programs. CASE academic counselors on the Worcester and Manchester campuses approach advising with a holistic coaching lens, helping to guide students through their academic journeys.
- Academic counseling and support
- Academic support workshops
- One-on-one and group appointments
- Year-round on-campus programming
- Tutorial services for an array of subject areas facilitated by our Enrichment Tutor staff
- Assistance to students in the understanding of academic policies and procedures
- Student referrals to additional campus resources based on inquiries and needs
The Center for Academic Support and Enrichment may be accessed by phone, e-mail, or an office visit. Please use the WCONLINE appointment system to meet with your Worcester cohort assigned academic counselor or Manchester assistant director.
CASE advises students to make an appointment for assistance as early as possible, as the programs are accelerated and the semester moves quickly. We look forward to assisting you with your academic success.
- Time management
- Learning & study strategies
- Test-taking strategies
- Note-taking strategies
- Study skills
- Planning & goal setting
- Academic success plans
- Monitoring progress
- Support for at-risk students