Center for Student Academic Success

The Center for Student Academic Success (CSAS) is committed to supporting all 香港六合彩开奖资料 students as they take on the challenges of achieving their degree. The Center is made up of the Advising & Peer Mentorship Office, International Student & Scholar Services, Student Accessibility Services, and the Tutoring Center.

CSAS promotes student success by offering a wide range of academic support services, working closely with students and faculty to develop academic plans, and collaborating with our colleagues in Student Life, the Center for Career and Professional Development, the Registrar's Office, and many other departments across campus. Our unit leads 香港六合彩开奖资料's student success and retention initiatives and serves as a resource for students, faculty members, and families as they navigate the college experience. Student success is our top priority! 

CSAS is located on the first and second floors of the University Library. 
You can reach us by emailing csas@rwu.edu or calling 401-254-3456.

Advising and Peer Mentorship

Our Advising and Peer Mentorship office is here to help students succeed throughout their time at 香港六合彩开奖资料. New students receive support in transitioning successfully to college, and all students can receive guidance in regard to meeting academic and personal goals.

International Student & Scholar Services

International Student & Scholar Services works to support international students and scholars in the 香港六合彩开奖资料 community and support the University's international efforts.

Pre-Health Professions Advising

Roger Williams University offers individualized advising and guidance for students and alumni planning for a career in the health professions after they graduate. Learn more about pre-health advising here. 

Student Accessibility Services

The Student Accessibility Services staff are here to help eligible students access the academic accommodations they need to thrive at 香港六合彩开奖资料.  

The Tutoring Center

Through the Tutoring Center, students can receive free tutoring support from faculty and peer tutors in a breadth of subject areas, including mathematics, writing, business, sciences, languages, and more. 

Hear from our Peer Mentors about their experiences with the program!

Thursday, April 11th 
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Advising & Peer Mentorship (A&PM) Student Success Workshop Series 
6:30-7:30pm in the Mary Tefft White room on the 1st floor of the University Library 

Wednesday, April 24th
2024 Student Academic Showcase and Honors

Thursday, April 25th
Finals Prep & De-Stressing
Advising & Peer Mentorship (A&PM) Student Success Workshop Series 
6:30-7:30pm in the Mary Tefft White room on the 1st floor of the University Library 

We stand in unison with Black students and employees at Roger Williams University. Recent events, especially the horrific deaths of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Breonna Taylor in Louisville, and Ahmaud Arbery in S. Georgia, have heightened societal awareness of police killings and other violence toward Black people as well as the complex, long history of systemic racism and implicit bias. This is occurring simultaneously with a worldwide pandemic that has taken many lives with disproportionate impact on communities of color. We recognize all of this has been distressing for many 香港六合彩开奖资料 community members, most especially for our Black students, faculty, and staff.      

Many students have or are preparing to take action for positive social change. This may include being a listening ear to others, engaging in activism with Black Lives Matter, getting involved with social justice opportunities on and off campus, expressing yourself creatively through the arts, and/or making financial contributions to worthy causes. Many white students and employees are taking this opportunity to more deeply focus on their white privilege and what they can do individually and collectively to support meaningful change. It might also mean that you are taking a break from news and social media, and that is certainly understandable too. We encourage you to continue to take care of yourself as you actively seek to improve the world around you.

We stand ready to support you. As a reminder, staff in the Counseling Center, the Intercultural Center and the Center for Student Academic Success are available remotely to provide you support for your academic, emotional, and interpersonal needs. Please visit our respective websites referenced below to learn about what we can offer and explore the list of resources provided below you might find helpful during these challenging times.  

Stay safe and be well,  
鈥 The Staffs of The Counseling Center, The Intercultural Center and the Center for Student Academic Success

Examples of on-line and off-campus resources:  

Resources for Persons of Color
  • Persons of Color Crisis Text Line (free, 24/7/365): Text STEVE to 741741
  • Trevor LGBTQ Helpline (free, 24/7/365): 866-488-7386 or text START to 678678
Resources for Allies
Resources for Everyone
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