Students registered with the Center on Disability will find elsewhere on this website a rich array of resources at the College that support their academic goals. In brief, these are:
Academic Advising is provided by professional advisors and faculty members who help you identify academic and career goals, and discuss the options associated with your academic program when you are in good academic standing.
The Learning Lab offers free academic support through workshops, online resources and tutoring. COD staff might also refer you to the Learning Specialist to develop learning strategies specific to an area of deficit.
The Library offers a wide range of resources, activities and staff to support your academic studies and research needs.
We encourage all students to engage in co-curricular and extracurricular activities integral to their college experience. Visit the Student Life Center to discover the cultural, social and recreational activities open to you.
Programs and services like Academic Early Alert and Colonial Colleagues exist to support you by increasing your rate of academic success at the College.
The Veterans Resource Center provides multiple education- and career-related services to veterans as well as their spouses and dependent children.