R.W. Corns Building #316
Delaware, Ohio 43015
Updated August 14, 2020
The Sagan Academic Resource Center will open starting on Thursday, August 20 at 9am! While there will be staff members on campus throughout the week, we are still encouraging as many virtual appointments as possible. Our staff will still be available, though, for in-person appointments as needed while following all social distancing and safety guidelines. Masks will be required at all times in the ARC.
Please see Our Staff page to find the correct contact for each center or click on the academic center you are looking for in the navigation bar to the right. You may also make an appointment directly on our scheduling page.
If you are studying remotely, please visit What You Can Do to Be a More Successful Remote Learner, for more resources. You will also find a complete list of available peer tutors on this page as well.
The Sagan Academic Resource Center (ARC) staff has worked intentionally in recent years to develop an academic success model that provides integrated and targeted support to an increasing number of students who rely on multiple resources for their success. To meet the needs of current and future OWU students, the Sagan ARC has upgraded services, introduced new resources, and developed academic success programs, such as
The Sagan ARC staff works collaboratively to help students reach their academic goals by empowering them with the skills they need to be independent and life-long learners—both inside and outside the classroom.
Academic Advising provides students with resources related to course pre-registration and choosing a major. Advisors meet one-on-one with their advisees to make sure they meet graduation and major requirements. In addition, advisors may direct students to Career Services or pre-professional program advisors so they can make adequate plans for post-graduation jobs or graduate school searches.
The Academic Skills Center assists students in the areas of time management, note-taking, study and test-taking skills, and stress management. For an additional level of academic and coaching support, students may choose to participate in Bishop ACCESS—a fee-based program for students with disabilities who wish to enhance executive functioning skills.
The Accessibility Services Office promotes access and opportunities for students with disabilities through collaboration with the other Centers in the Sagan Academic Resource Center, including the Office of Academic Advising, and collaborates across campus with Counseling Center, the Residential Life Office, the Wellness Center, and the faculty.
The Quantitative Skills Center provides tutoring and assistance to both individuals and groups in any quantitative area of their studies, as well as GRE preparation. The Q-Center is staffed by professional tutors and peer tutors with advanced mathematics experience.
The Writing Center provides one-on-one tutoring and instruction by professional writing consultants, peer tutors, and student interns. Besides working with students on writing skills and assignments across the curriculum, the staff works with students on resumes, cover letters, and personal statements for graduate and professional schools.