The Learning Commons facilitates learning and scholarship by connecting members of the College community to the resources and services they need in a centralized and integrated service environment.
The Learning Commons is home to the following offices:
The office of Student Achievement oversees a number of programs that are open to all students. Coordinator of Student Achievement Megan Riedl is available to answer questions related to:
- Disability Services and Accommodations
- Academic Support
- Peer Tutoring
- The Writing Center
Academic Advising is a resource for students who are looking for additional guidance while exploring Wells' major offerings or learning more about how the liberal arts curriculum can lend additional skills outside of the major to support an individual's academic and career goals. Stop by for information related to:
- Academic Advising
- Course Selection
- Majors and minors
- Faculty Development
Experiential Learning and Career Service
Students who need information related to internships, career fairs, student employment, or other ways they can gain hands-on experience while working towards their degree should stop by the office of Experiential Learning and career services. Click here for more information.
Technology and other Resources
The Learning Commons is also home to a variety of useful tools for student or faculty use. These include:
- The library's "Ask Us 24/7" service.
- Assistive Technology and Learning Support Software
- Circulating computers
- Computer lab with printers
- Wireless internet service