Support Services

Support Services

At Bryn Athyn College, we strive to help every student succeed in and out of the classroom. Since every student possess different academic skills, gifts, and abilities, we offer support to ensure that everyone can achieve their academic potential.

ACE Program

Bryn Athyn College’s Academic Career Excellence (ACE) Program is designed to help students develop time-management and college-level study skills. First-year students are encouraged to participate, but all students are welcome to take advantage of the ACE Program’s supported self-study and the benefits of our Math, Research, and Writing Centers.

Writing Center

Location: second floor of Library—walk in or book

Book an hour or walk in:

Monday 12:30 to 5:30pm

Tuesday 3:30 to 5:30pm

Friday 11:00am to 5:00pm

To book an hour, text Mrs. Ann Buss, head of the Writing Center, and ask for an appointment: 215-510-0069

Math Center

Location: first floor of Library, Conference Room—walk in

Sunday 7:00 to 9:00pm

Thursday 7:00 to 9:00pm

Science Center

Location: Doering 218

Flexible times available.

To book contact Prof. Stella Evans at 215-370-2921

Supported Study

Location: second floor of Library—walk in

Sunday           7:00 to 10:00pm

Monday          12:30 to 5:30pm

Tuesday         3:30 to 5:30pm

Thursday        3:30 to 5:30pm AND 7:00 to 10:00pm

Friday             12:00pm to 5:00pm

Research Support

Location: ask at Library front desk

Library staff are available whenever the Library is open to help you figure out how to access the Colleges electronic resources and search engines and in using correct citations. Ask for help at the front desk at any time. The Library also has a Research Librarian who can help you. Ask for Ms. Andi Sibley.

Questions about ACE? Contact Mrs. Ann Buss, ACE Coordinator at 215-510-0069

Need more help, like one-on-one tutoring for subjects? Talk to Nina Phillips at 215-947-1229

Peer Tutoring

Peer tutoring is available for students in need of academic support. Through the program, students benefit from one-on-one coaching, while students who excel academically can get first-hand tutoring experience by helping their peers. Students can receive support in all general academic areas, with literacy skills, or in adjusting to the demands of college academic life. Students who find that the regular ACE support is not enough should contact Nina Phillips at ude.n1500561331yhtan1500561331yrb@s1500561331pilli1500561331hp.an1500561331in1500561331, or call 267-502-2518. She can arrange one-on-one peer tutoring on request, and will evaluate what the student needs and whether they qualify for the peer tutoring program.­­

Academic Advising

Academic advising connects each student with a full-time faculty member who provides support in shaping and pursuing a course of study. Advisors assist with registration, course selection, and navigating college to achieve specific career choices and life goals. All students meet with their advisors regularly.