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Academic Support Services

The College provides comprehensive employment and academic support services:
ARC 2012 Academic Resource Center is a resource for students who wish to improve their academic and time management skills.
TRIO Nov 2012 BRIDGE (Basic Resources for Individualized Development and Growth in Education) Program is designed for students who show evidence of potential and motivation to succeed in college but have SAT/ACT scores and/or high school records below normal admission requirements.
HEOP (The Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program is a partnership between the College of Mount Saint Vincent and the New York State Education Department. The goal of HEOP is to retain and graduate promising students who have limited academic and financial resources, but have the potential and drive to succeed in college and beyond.
Office of Academic Advisement and the Oxley Career Education Program offers each student the chance to meet with a faculty advisor to discuss courses, address academic needs, and formulate long-range plans.  
Office of Career Development and Internships provides career counseling, assessment tools, assistance with graduate school selection, resume and cover letter writing, and interview and job search workshops. 
Students Disabilities 2012 Students with Disabilities who need special accommodations or services at the College of Mount Saint Vincent must will be assisted by the Academic Resource Center.
TRIO 2012 TRIO Student Support Services Program enhances the academic success of selected low-income, first-generation and/or disabled college students through comprehensive support services.
Academic Grievance 2012 Harassment, Appeals, and Grievances - please visit the Academic Grievance Procedure section of Academic Policies to learn more about solving academic grievances.