Due to concerns surrounding COVID-19, all Academic Resource Center programs and services have been moved to an online format for the remainder of the semester. This includes peer tutoring, reading and argument coaching, individual consultations, and Trajectory.
While physical spaces will be closed for the foreseeable future, the ARC encourages you to connect online. Please don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Supporting Academic Excellence
Our approach is 100 percent student centered. Our goal is to help students make meaningful interventions at every stage of the academic life cycle, understanding that academic support is an essential good for all learners. We work to help students cultivate within themselves the skills necessary to manage competing demands, to deal productively with setbacks, and to approach with enthusiasm challenging situations both in and beyond the classroom.
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Meet the Team
Dean Remedios directs the Academic Resource Center in addition to overseeing the Dean of Students Office's academic and learning initiatives. Prior to joining GS, she worked to restructure the CUNY Pipeline Honors Program, dedicated to assisting exceptional undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds in gaining admission to doctoral programs. She is also an accomplished teacher. Dean Remedios holds a B.A. in English and political science from Washington University in St. Louis (2009), an M.Phil. in English literature from the City University of New York (2014), and a Ph.D. in English literature from the City University of New York (2016).
Elizabeth manages the Academic Resource Center (ARC) Tutoring Center, provides support for ARC programs, and works directly with students in academic support sessions. Prior to joining GS, she served as programs coordinator for the Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning, and has also worked with the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution at Teachers College. Elizabeth received her B.A. in psychology and Spanish from the University of Arizona and her M.A. in social-organizational psychology from Teachers College. During her time at Teachers College, she was awarded the Davis Projects for Peace grant and the Institute of Latin American Studies grant to develop and facilitate a series of conflict resolution workshops for teachers in Phoenix, Arizona and Bogotá, Colombia.