Academic Resource Center

ARC public speaking consultant gets writing fellows ready for leading workshops

ARC public speaking consultant gets writing fellows ready for leading workshops.

COVID-19 Update: The Academic Resource Center is physically closed, though writing consultations and tutoring sessions are available remotely. Students may book their appointments on Tutor Finder and a consultant or tutor will follow up with instructions on accessing their session. If you are seeking other services or have questions, please email us at: We look forward to working with you.

We offer one-on-one consultations in writing and time management and study strategies, as well as tutoring for introductory-level courses in sciences, math, economics, computer science and foreign languages. We also offer group sessions, including study groups in the sciences, various writing groups, courses for multilingual students, and workshops. Our programs promote engaged, collaborative learning that build on your strengths while addressing your concerns and questions.

Access to resources:


SAS would like to remind you that any Tufts students can access our Text to Speech Software! Read & Write can be downloaded using your Tufts UTLN and Password using this websiteSensusAccess can be accessed by using this website and using you email. More information about Assistive Technology can be found on our website.

Strategies for Working at Home

Student Accessibility Service and the Academic Resource Center understand that working from home can be a new challenging endeavor. We have created a Tip Sheet on how to stay proactive and focused!



Student Accessibility Services and the Academic Resource Center will continue to host Workshops online. We hope to see you at one soon. To see a list of currently offered workshops, please check out this website this will be updated when new workshops are offered.

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What We Offer

Who We Support

Our programs are based primarily on the Medford campus and are open to all students in A&S, SoE, GSAS, and the SMFA. We also offer Writing Support consultations on the SMFA Fenway campus

No-Show Policy (as of 2/20): After two no-shows or last-minute cancellations in a semester, students will be blocked from making further Tutor Finder appointments until after meeting with an ARC program director. "Last minute" is defined as any cancelation made 6 hours or less before the start of the appointment time. Please make every effort to attend your scheduled appointments or cancel more than 6 hours before the start of the appointment. (To cancel an appointment, please log in to Tutor Finder, scroll down to this page to see your upcoming sessions, and click the "cancel" button next to the appointment you need to cancel.) Drop-in hours will not be included in this count -- students may attend drop-in hours without appointments. Email with questions.

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