Center for Academic Writing
Ronald Williams Library 4th Floor
The Center for Academic Writing, located in the Ronald Williams Library, is the home of the Writing Intensive Program. The CAW offers workshops and consultations to departments, faculty, and instructors who are developing and teaching writing intensive courses. The CAW will also provide tutoring and other writing support to students enrolled in writing intensive (WIP) courses.
Building D, D-024
Counseling Services provides counseling and mental health services to NEIU students free of charge. Counseling and therapy is provided to help students understand and deal with emotional distress, relationship difficulties and personal concerns, freeing them to make clearer and healthier decisions. All current Northeastern students are eligible to receive up to 50 free of charge individual or couple counseling sessions. Group sessions are also provided.
Learning Support Center
Katherine Gleiss, Director
Ronald William's Library, LIB-454
The Learning Support Center (LSC) provides peer focused academic tutoring for individuals and groups in General Education, Math Development, college level math, and selected Arts and Sciences courses. Academic support is provided to students who are seeking assistance with understanding course concepts and preparing assignments, along with developing an improved learning system for college which includes motivation, time management, organization, learning styles and strategies. Appointments are strongly encouraged.
Student Disability Services
Building D, D-104
Student Disability Services provides students with physical and learning disabilities "reasonable accommodations" in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Prior to receiving services, students must self-identify disabilities by submitting documentation from appropriate professionals. The program provides services such as interpreters, translators, advising/registration assistance, note takers, reader/scribe assistance for exams, and TDD telephone access. Students with disabilities are encouraged to visit the office before each semester starts to arrange accommodations.