From tutoring and academic coaching to help specifically with writing and research, there are a variety of resources to assist you in your academic journey.
The library has the resources and personalized support students need to complete research for class papers or projects. Students who are just getting started with research or who want a deep dive into specialized resources can get one-on-one assistance from a librarian. Students can also explore and get help with digital tools used for projects in the library’s Digital Scholarship Lab.
Make an appointment with Raynor Memorial Libraries
The Norman H. Ott Memorial Writing Center is a resource for all writers in the Marquette community and the surrounding Milwaukee neighborhood. The writing center comprises peer tutors — undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty from the humanities, sciences and social sciences — who act as conversational partners for writers in all disciplines.
Make an appointment at the Ott Memorial Writing Center
The Office of Student Educational Services provides free academic support services to Marquette students. They provide small group tutoring for classes and study skills workshops. They also house the Office of Disability Services, which helps arrange accommodations for students with disabilities. For more information on their services, call (414) 288-3270 or visit Coughlin Hall 145.
Make an appointment with Student Educational Services
Students registered with the Office of Disability Services are eligible to receive advising and guidance from an ODS staff member on multiple topics relating to academic success. At these meetings, students can develop skills, habits and strategies to help them become more successful in college. This advising is not a formal accommodation but is meant to provide additional support with consideration of disability.
Make an appointment with Supplemental Academic Support