Advising & Mentoring
Wellesley is committed to providing the support that each student needs to succeed.
Academic advising is geared to the needs of first-year students. The Office of Advising and Academic Support Services coordinate many of the College's efforts to help students realize their academic potential.
Advising and academic support services
|Class Deans||Providing strong individualized advising to students|
|Dean of First-Year Students||Serving the academic and personal needs of all first-year students throughout the entire first year. Lori Tenser is dean of the First-Year Class.|
|Office of Disability Services||Working with the entire campus community; services professionals are available to provide individualized assistance and information to students. Jim Wice is director of Disability Services.|
|Pforzheimer Learning and Teaching Center||Helping students maximize their educational opportunities and realize their academic potential. (Also helps faculty explore different methods of teaching and implement pedagogical innovations)|
In addition, a peer-to-peer system of advising and mentoring pairs students with supportive student role models.