Our curriculum and approach naturally support students with diverse learning styles. Small classes and close working relationships between teachers and students assure that all students get the attention they need. In addition, all students meet weekly with their faculty advisors so that any concerns or difficulties can be addressed in a timely way.
If you need additional educational support, we provide individualized tutoring services that can help you to
- Use active listening skills
- Develop effective note-taking skills
- Plan purposeful study
- Develop a systematic approach to reading
- Learn to plan, organize, write, and revise a writing assignment
- Develop your math skills
- Get ESL support
Tutors can also work with you to
- Overcome test anxiety
- Improve memory
- Learn effective time management
Our Student Life Committee (SLC) develops and oversees individual educational support plans when appropriate, which are similar to and encompass any Independent Education Plan (IEP). The SLC also facilitates counseling services and the Health, Education, Leadership and Prevention (HELP) program. This program encourages a drug-free and alcohol-free campus by providing an environment in which prevention and support play a primary role.
Costs associated with individual support are the responsibility of the student’s parents.
Our library is home to more than 12,000 volumes, including fiction and non-fiction, reference books, encyclopedias, and biographies.
Our library is a member of the New Hampshire State Interlibrary Loan Association, providing access to the collections of all the libraries in New Hampshire, including the academic libraries of New Hampshire colleges and universities.
We also subscribe to EBSCO Host, an online database of searchable, full-text articles from periodicals, scholarly journals, newspapers, and reference works.