Center for Student Enrichment
The Center for Student Enrichment (CSE) is located on the ground floor of the Nease Library and offers peer tutoring, writing support, academic coaching, disability services, career services, and enrichment events. For additional information, please e-mail the CSE team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Disability Services: Students with documented disabilities who may require accommodations in any course should register as soon as possible with the Office of Accommodations and Access in the CSE. For more information about disability services and how to request accommodations, visit https://libguides.enc.edu/cse/ods or e-mail us at email@example.com. Career Services: The Office of Calling & Career in the CSE provides career services, events, and resources to assist you in all stages of vocational exploration career planning, which include career counseling, job preparation assistance with resumes, cover letters, social media, and personal branding, job search help with part-time and full-time job posting, job fairs, internship listings, and alumni/ae networking opportunities. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a variety of resources available for faculty to help students become better writers and avoid plagiarism.
Indiana University has created easy to access tutorial and assessment on plagiarism for students.
Students should be encouraged to use Grammarly, which has a feature that allows students to check for plagiarism. Grammarly can also generate a report that can be turned in with all written assignments.
To schedule a virtual appointment with a Writing Coach, student should go to enc.mywconline.com/. Faculty can suggest or require students to make an appointment. Once a writing coach has met with a student, they can send an instructor a confirmation that the student attended a session with a writing and coach.
DISABILITY SERVICES — OFFICE OF ACCOMMODATION AND ACCESS
The Office of Accommodations and Access provides academic and personal support in the form of accommodations and auxiliary aids to undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education students with diagnosed learning disabilities; psychiatric disorders; hearing, visual, and physical impairments; or other medical conditions.
In the event a student has a documented disability and is receiving services from the Office of Accommodations and Access, the instructor will receive email notification from the Disability Services Coordinator as well as documentation from the student that is to be signed by the instructor. The email and document will include pertinent information regarding the student’s accommodation needs.