The Academic Center for Excellence, located on the second floor of RichLyn Library, provides academic support to students in individual or small group settings. The Academic Center for Excellence staff coordinate peer tutoring, by appointment, with trained peer tutors in a wide variety of courses. In addition, the Academic Center for Excellence director provides individualized assistance to students in evaluating and improving study habits and skills such as time management and test taking.
The Writing Center is open to students who wish to improve their writing skills. English tutors provide personal assistance so students may learn to express ideas more effectively. This support ranges from brainstorming and organizing a project to editing compositions and improving grammar, punctuation and spelling. Drop-in hours for the Writing Center are posted for each semester.
In compliance with the Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, Huntington University makes reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. The director of the Academic Center for Excellence is the advocate and coordinator of services for students with disabilities at the University. Any student who has a learning, orthopedic, sensory, psychiatric, or other condition that substantially limits one or more major life activities and who would benefit from accommodations may be eligible for assistance. Students may contact the Academic Center for Excellence director in person, by phone at 260-359-4290, or by e-mail at email@example.com for more information.
There is no charge for any of the above services.
Huntington University will award college credit to enrolled students who pass selected CLEP and DSST exams. The university charges an administration fee for the exams. The Academic Center for Excellence director is responsible for scheduling and administering these exams. As an open test center, HU welcomes students from other institutions who wish to take CLEP and DSST exams on this campus.