Villanova University provides a number of resources to its students to help ensure their well-being and success, both academically and personally. If you are struggling with any class, your first resource is ALWAYS your professor. The resources below provide support to Villanova students in addition to your professors and faculty advisor. If you are unsure which resource would best fulfill your needs, speak with your faculty advisor and they may be able to offer a recommendation.
A complete list of free tutoring resources as well as private tutors kept by all academic departments across the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Health Professions Advising Program: The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers a wealth of opportunities to students interested in pursuing a career in the health professions, as does the College of Nursing. There are many majors, programs and curricula that will prepare students academically. Visit the program's website for more information.
- Students may self-enroll in a Blackboard Site to find advising resources by following these instructions: Log into Blackboard > Look for a folder on the right side of the mainpage entitled “Organization Catalog” and select the subfolder entitled “Available for Self Enrollment” > You will see the Villanova HPA course appear on the organization list >click on the arrows adjacent (or below) the course title and then select the “enroll” option to get into the course.
Language Tutoring: Free Language Tutoring is Available for all Romance Languages as well as Greek and Latin. Visit the Romance Languages website for full schedules for Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and French and contact information. The schedule for Greek and Latin tutoring as well as contact information is below.
The Mathematics Learning Resource Center can provide assistance to students with their mathematics courses, whether it be homework, a group project or the need for a refresher lesson on a math skill. Their website provides additional information on hours and services.
The Writing Center can help you with any writing assignment. Stop by to see them in Falvey Library or call them to make an appointment. Contact information is available on their website.
Theology Department SubCatalog for Spring 2014 Semester
Peace and Justice SubCatalog for Spring 2014 Semester