Commitment to Your Success

Academic Support is part of the Center for Integrated Advising and Careers. All of the offices in the Center work together to support students in being successful at Warren Wilson and achieving their goals.

Academic success at Warren Wilson College is dynamic, personal and cross-disciplinary. It includes one-on-one tutoring, writing support from our Writing Studio, academic coaching and time management techniques. We also work closely with students seeking accommodations to develop plans setting you up for success.

Academic Support

The Academic Support Center helps you become a more effective, engaged and intentional learner. You’ll work collaboratively and one-on-one with support staff to achieve academic success by:

  • gaining an understanding of your learning behaviors
  • mastering learning strategies that can be applied to general knowledge acquisition or specific course work
  • getting connected with campus resources to assist you throughout your learning experiences at Warren Wilson College


Professor Jeff Holmes meeting with student

College Academic Strategies Course

The focus for the College Academic Strategies course is to explore the learning terrain through an individualized learning process. You’ll be paired with an instructor who will work with you to define and address areas of need and interest that will enhance your college academic experience. Topics covered might include goal setting and prioritizing, time management, focus strategies, exam preparation, and course scheduling support.

Disability Access & Services

Warren Wilson College strives to be in full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA of 2008), and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. An individual with a disability is defined by the ADA as a person who has a mental or physical impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, a person who has a history or record of such an impairment, or a person who is perceived by others to have such an impairment. We promote self-advocacy and equal opportunity through awareness, education and understanding of disabilities.

The Director of Disability Access assists students with documented disabilities by designing plans with reasonable, appropriate accommodations for full and equal access to their educational program and serving as a resource by providing consultation to students, faculty, and staff when implementing an accommodation plan.

Learn more about how to plan for an accommodation at Warren Wilson College by downloading the document, Planning for College Accomodations.

Learn about what Warren Wilson College considers as reasonable and unreasonable accommodations.

Julie Wilson in the Writing Studio

Our Writing Studio

The Warren Wilson College Writing Studio is a non-judgmental, focused, and productive place where you can bring your scholarly or creative writing projects. Our work crew of trained students provides assistance in every step of the writing process, whether you want to brainstorm for a short paper or come in weekly to share portions of your senior capstone. Consider us an extra set of eyes and ears and our studio a place to share ideas and get unstuck.