Academic Center for Excellence

What is the Academic Center for Excellence?

Welcome to the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE), your hub for academic support tailored to your needs. At ACE, we believe in fostering an inclusive environment where every student has the opportunity to thrive.

Our dedicated team works closely with students through an interactive process to determine the accommodations necessary to provide equitable access. Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis. At ACE, we provide accommodations for all students with disabilities, ensuring that everyone has the support they need to excel. Our commitment is to empower you to reach your full potential academically.

From the Bridge Program for freshmen, access to qualified tutors and a supportive writing center, ACE offers a range of resources aimed at enhancing your academic success. Our supportive staff are available to provide personalized academic counseling to help make your educational journey successful. Additionally, we facilitate CLEP and DSST examinations to help you achieve your academic goals efficiently. 

Discover how ACE can assist you on your academic journey by reaching out to us today. Your success is our priority.

Home of the ABLE Program

ACE is also the home base of Huntington University’s ABLE (Achieving Balance in Life through Education) Program. The ABLE program is designed to support students with intellectual disabilities in having college campus experience. Visit the ABLE webpage to learn more about the program and its available services.

Accommodation Policy

In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehab Act and the ADA as amended, Huntington University provides reasonable accommodation for students with disabilities. The director of the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) coordinates services for students with disabilities at the University. Any student who has a learning, neurological, orthopedic, sensory, psychological, or other condition that substantially limits one or more major life activities and who would benefit from accommodations may be eligible for assistance.