American International College (AIC) has a host of free services available to help you reach your academic and personal goals. In addition to the world class staff available to you in the Office for International Student Life (ISL), we offer the following services:
At the Center for Academic Support tutors work one-on-one with students giving guidance and help with studying, time management, and test taking. Our professional academic advisors help students explore different options for majors, and help to establish personal and career goals.
Our free peer-based tutoring program is available to all AIC students. Tutoring sessions are process-orientated, learner-centered, and are designed to support students in a variety of courses and fields of study. The Tutoring Program at American International College has been certified by the College Reading and Learning Association’s (CRLA) International Tutor Training Program Certification.
Developmental education helps to prepare students for college-level courses and encourages students to meet their academic goals. A focus is given to developing skills and academic success in English composition and Mathematics.
The Noonan Writing Center at AIC provides students with free one on one tutoring, in which students are invited to bring writing assignments from any course. The Writing Center aims to teach essentials of the writing process such as brainstorming, drafting, and revision. The Noonan Writing Center at American International College has been certified by the College Reading and Learning Association’s (CRLA) International Tutor Training Program Certification.
Located on the first floor of Mallary Hall, Dexter Health Services is a full service clinic providing primary and urgent care to all registered undergraduate and graduate students.
Get involved and join one of our many student organizations or RSOs such as Greek Life, Pep Band, Yellow Jacket Newspaper, and International Club.
The Center for Disability Services aims to support and facilitate the transition, retention and graduation of students with disabilities, as well as to create an accessible, inclusive, sustainable learning environment where disabilities are recognized as an aspect of diversity that is integral to the campus community and to society.
The trained professionals of Supportive Learning Services are here to help students with disabilities manage their academic goals, plan for the future careers, and assist in the day to day studies towards these goals.
I remember my first time stepping on the plane that would take me to the United States. In that moment I asked myself what I had gotten myself into. Leaving my safe environment in Sweden to go and experience the college lifestyle in a country on the other side of the world was absolutely terrifying. Little did I know back then that I would still be here almost six years later.
My experience at AIC has been life changing and I have met some incredible friends, staff and coaches during my time here. I am forever thankful for this experience and I would not change it for the world.”
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