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ACADEMIC ASSISTANCE

Pirate Tutoring Center: Individualized study skills consultations during the weekdays, peer tutoring Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday evenings 6:30-9:00 pm in Joyner Library. Referral center for all tutoring subjects.
Phone: 737-3009
Email: tutoring@ecu.edu

Academic Advising and Support: The center provides major exploration and academic support for students in academic difficulty.
Phone: 328-6001, 328-1084

Other Academic Resources: Information for getting academic help in individual subjects.

OTHER (NON-ACADEMIC) STUDENT RESOURCES

Academic Advising Collaborative. The Academic Advising Collaborative is comprised of professional and faculty advisors, and provides extensive information and advising on issues including Academic Standing, Financial Aid, grade replacements, drops, and withdrawal. They should be your first stop if you have non-standard questions.

Dean of Students. If you have a personal or medical problem which may make it impossible for you to successfully complete your academic semester, the Dean of Students should be your first stop. The Office is the central campus resource for addressing student complaints and inquiries. All issues and concerns need to be filed through this office. The Dean of Students is the official ECU office to contact for discrimination complaints against students.

Staff members are available to discuss general and specific questions and concerns about university life, transitional issues, policies, procedures and University services, including support with academic, personal, or social issues and concerns, assistance in adjusting to university life, and support in the event of a personal, medical or family emergency.

Specific areas of focus within the Dean of Students scope of responsibilities include: Career Services, the Center for Counseling and Student Development, Disability Support Services, Student Health Services, Student Legal Services, and Student Rights and Responsibilities.

Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. OSRR administers the East Carolina University Student Code of Conduct, which governs students' on- and off-campus conduct. Office staff is also engaged in campus education on various issues, such as academic integrity, citizenship development, and conflict resolution.

Student Academic Appellate Committee. This faculty committee serves as an appeals board for students who do not meet admission requirements, were denied permission to drop a course, want to appeal an administrative decision relating to academic credits and standards, are seeking readmission after being declared academically ineligible to return, or want to appeal a financial aid decision. It meets monthly during the academic year.
Email: sac@ecu.edu

Center for Counseling & Student Development. The Center is designed to support the personal and academic development of all ECU students. Counseling and Student Development Center services are available to all enrolled ECU students.
Regular Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday.
Phone Number: 328-6661

Dept. of Political Science, Brewster A-124, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858-4353
Phone (252) 328-6189
Fax (252) 328-4134