General Support

Campus Resources

Villanova University provides a variety of offices and programs designed to help students succeed in their academic efforts. The following resources may be particularly useful, click the links to learn more.

Mathematics Learning and Resource Center

The MLRC provides free tutoring help for courses such as MAT 1500 (Calculus I) and MAT 1505 (Calculus II). It also provides group working space and a computer lab with various mathematical software.

Location: Second Floor Old Falvey (enter on the side near the Mendel arch)

Career Services

Career Services provides support for finding employment, including a campus interview program and career fairs.

Location: Garey Hall

Villanova Writing Center

The Writing Center provides peer counselors to help you with current writing projects and to generally improve your writing skills. They encourage you to bring partially completed projects to discuss. Call (610-519-4604) or stop by to set up an appointment.

Location: 202 Old Falvey (enter on the side near the Mendel arch)

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center has various programs to help a student function optimally in a college environment, including a study skills program designed to help students evaluate and improve their studying and test taking abilities. They also provide confidential counseling for issues of a personal, emotional, psychological or social nature.

Location: 206 Health Services Building

Learning Support Services

The Learning Support Services office provides accommodations for students with particular challenges and disabilities. Confidentiality is strictly maintained and documentation is required.

Location: 202 Vasey Hall

Office of Health Promotion

The Office of Health Promotion provides education, programming, and resources focused on enhancing students? overall health across six dimensions: social, physical, intellectual, cultural, emotional, and spiritual.

Location: First Floor Health Services Building

Office for Undergraduate Students

The Office for Undergraduate Students supports students as they transition into collegiate life and introduces them to academic possibilities and professional opportunities. Through Academic Advising, we encourage students to reflect on their experiences enabling them to make informed educational choices. Leadership and Professional Development empowers students to make connections between their educational pursuits and their possible professional directions through specially designed courses, workshops, and internships. College Data Services maintains records and assists in educating students on technology that will allow them to monitor their progress towards graduation.

Location: 107 Saint Augustine Center (SAC)