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Academic Resource Center: Peer tutoring and writing support

April 08, 2020

Academic supports and services have remained available to students, faculty, and staff throughout the many changes occurring this semester. With recent changes in federal and University guidelines with regard to Student Employment, the Academic Resource Center (ARC) is happy to announce several peer tutors and writing coaches are back to work and available to support students.

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Update: ARC Supports and Services Remain Available

March 19, 2020

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is available to support faculty and students as we move all St. Louis and US Metro classes – as well as classes at many of our non-US campuses – online. Due to the need to continue to cut down on person-to-person interactions, the physical Academic Resource Center (ARC) is closing until it is safe to return to normal operations. While the physical ARC is closed, the core academic support resources and services – academic counseling, ADA services, assistive technology assistance, tutoring, and writing – remain available to faculty and students.

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ARC Offers Tutoring Help

February 04, 2019

As the semester is well underway, students may be presenting a need for additional subject-matter assistance. The Webster University Tutoring Program at the Academic Resource Center (ARC) provides a pool of capable tutors who can work one-on-one with students to help them achieve greater confidence, independence, and success as learners. This program is free of charge and serves all students who are currently enrolled in courses at Webster University. Individual peer tutoring is available by appointment for both short-term "catch-up" assistance and ongoing support.

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Vienna Student's Paper on EU Asylum Policy Wins Graduate IR Thesis Award

April 26, 2017

Webster Vienna student Theresa Rueth has won the 2017 Best Graduate Thesis in International Relations Award for her thesis, "Asylum Seekers and European Integration: The Impact of EU Asylum Policy." Priscillia Holdbrook of the campus in Accra, Ghana campus received honorable mention for her paper on making agriculture to African youth for sustainable growth.

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