The Academic Achievement Center (AAC) is the largest hub of student academic services on campus. Centrally located on the ground floor of Maxwell Library, the AAC provides quality academic support, services, and resources. Our comprehensive array of programs assists students in reaching their intellectual pursuits in a warm and friendly environment. Whether you require advising, learning assistance, or disability resources, the Center is ready to support your educational experience with an approach that best accommodates your individual needs.
Advising assists students with coordinating their academic, personal, and career goals. Programs include: the Haughey First Year Advising program, academic advising for new transfer students and all degree-seeking students who have not yet declared a major, and evening advising for currently enrolled and prospective non-degree seeking students.
The Learning Assistance program supports students’ academic success throughout their University careers. Through skills-based tutoring across all disciplines, we challenge you to become independent and active learners. Our trained learning staff is available to help full- and part-time students taking day or evening classes.
Bridgewater is committed to ensuring all individuals have equal access to program offerings as fully integrated, participating members of our community. We provide a number of services to students who have a documented medical condition, are physically challenged, or have psychological or learning disabilities.