Below we've listed several resources that you will find useful.
The Writing Program's Online Student Resources
The Writing Program web site offers textbook-quality writing advice on matters ranging from coming up with a topic, to developing a thesis, to structuring an essay, to refining grammar and style. You will also find advice on research, as well as tips for ESL and Learning Disabled writers.
RWIT, or the Student Center for Research, Writing, and Information Technology, provides undergraduate tutors who are trained to help you with your writing. They can also assist you with research and with multi-media compositions.
Located on the first floor of Berry library, behind the Computer Help Desk, RWIT is open from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday through Thursday. You can make an appointment via RWIT's online scheduler. Or just drop by.
The Dartmouth Library System
Dartmouth has an excellent library system - and excellent librarians to help you navigate it. Please familiarize yourself with the libraries as soon as you can. Don't hesitate to take your questions to the librarians at the reference desk - they're here to help you.
Academic Skills Center
The Academic Skills Center, located on the third floor of Collis, offers a variety of resources that can help you become a better student. The center also assists students who have learning disabilities. If you suspect that you have a learning disability, or find yourself struggling overmuch with your coursework, contact Cathy Trueba (email@example.com).
The First-Year Office
The deans in the First-Year Office are available to help you with any academic, social, or personal concerns. The First-Year Office is located in the basement of Parkhurst.
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