"Providing culturally relevant services to promote the successful transition, persistence, achievement and graduation of multicultural students."
The AEC Center
helps students improve academic performance by providing free tutoring
, academic-related workshops
, handouts on professional, career, and college success strategies, and a computer lab. Tutors, lab monitors, and experts on strategies proven to help students succeed are available to help students reach their goals. The AEC, working in close cooperation with the student centers, also provides referral services for students with questions or needs that may be better met by other offices on campus.
The Academic Enrichment Center is located in the Compton Union Building 421.
All students are welcome!
During your first year at WSU, experienced students will help you become comfortable in your new surroundings. They'll familiarize you with academic resources and get you connected socially. Leadership and Professional
Every year, over 100 graduate and undergraduate students hold positions as Mentors, Tutors, and Student Interns/Office Assistants in our office. Consider applying for one of these positions and receive the training and experience designed to help you build cultural and global competencies and work towards achieving high levels of academic excellence, intercultural collaboration, leadership, communication, and professional skills.
Each center offers:
- Academic Advising
- Student mentoring
- Personal guidance and advising
- Tutoring and educational workshops
- Student Advocacy
- Referrals to university and community resources
- Cultural programming and social support
- Student organization involvement... and much more