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In addition to excellent professor instruction, state-of-the-art specialized equipment and cutting-edge technology, SCAD students have access to a wealth of learning resources outside the classroom. SCAD offers a variety of supplemental programs designed to provide students with individual attention focused on their specific academic needs.
Learning assistance is designated by subject or class and is provided to students free of charge. On-site peer tutors are available in Atlanta, Hong Kong and Savannah. Numerous academic and skill-based workshops take place to supplement in-class instruction. Multiple online resources, including full access to Lynda.com and online peer tutoring through SCAD Connect, are available to SCAD eLearning students.
For more information regarding the Learning Resource Network departments and services, please visit the Learning Resource Network page on MySCAD under the Student Workspace tab.
The Writers' Studio offers individualized and small-group assistance with all aspects of the writing process, including prewriting strategies, structuring ideas and developing a thesis.
The Thesis Support Program is a collaborative effort offering a structured environment of supplemental support for thesis students. Its mission is to provide graduate students with an expanded, centralized network of support to encourage successful completion of the M.F.A. or M.A. thesis.
Students enrolled in Foundation Studies classes can improve their in-class performance by utilizing individual tutoring and group workshops. Schedule an appointment with a peer tutor through Peer Tutor Connection.