Complementing small class sizes and committed faculty advisers, Stephens offers academic and professional services and other resources to ensure every student strives for and achieves her dreams.
The Student Success Center provides free academic support to Stephens College residential undergraduates. SSC tutors may see students individually or work with them in small groups. SSC also includes the office of ADA/504 Disability Services.
A welcoming place for individual and group study at the heart of campus, Hugh Stephens Library offers access to an extensive list of traditional print, e-books and other educational resources and is a member of the MOBIUS Consortium. Library staff are always available to assist with research questions. Visit the library page.
A Study Abroad office is also available to assist with identifying and planning study, volunteer and internship abroad opportunities.
Academic advising is a form of teaching and an integral part of each student’s education. Quality, thoughtful advising is something we take seriously at Stephens. A first-year advising program helps students get started on their college journey. Subsequent years of advising focus on career planning. Advisers take the time to listen and are committed to helping students navigate their way. Connect with the Office of Advising.
Learn more about our commitment to first-year advising:
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