At the core of Gardner-Webb’s mission is academic success and development for its student body. It’s no surprise, then, to learn that the University offers a number of services that promote the very foundation of that mission.
Navigating an academic career can be a risky venture, and that’s why the University views the academic advising process as an important aspect of a student’s career. Under the direction of informed advisors, students can be aided in their decision-making process.
Through the Learning Enrichment and Assistance Program, students can receive the support they need to facilitate their academic careers and personal development. Trained tutors are available to serve the needs of the community at no additional cost to students.
Easing the transition between high school and university life is the First-Year Experience Program, which will expose first-year students to University services, encourage leadership, and promote opportunities.
The Noel Program for Students with Disabilities ensures that the deaf, blind, learning disabled, and other disabled students receive equal access to a higher education.