Davidson College is committed to the equality of educational opportunities for qualified students and provides academic and technology resources to support student success while pursuing an academic degree.
Located on the first floor of the library, the center provides tutoring, writing, speaking, information literacy and digital literacy services to assist you in your academic pursuits and growth. The center also supports faculty with resources such as information literacy, instructional technology, oral communication, and Conversations About Teaching (CAT) for their professional development.
Information Technology Services connects you to campus systems designed to enhance your academic experience and support your technology needs. ITS supports and enriches teaching, learning, research and administrative functions. ITS systems and services touch virtually every aspect of campus life and are central to the academic enterprise as well as administrative processes.
The Office of Academic Access and Disability Resources assists students who may struggle with a diagnosed cognitive disorder or other disability that makes the learning process unjustly challenging.
The E.H. Little Library's ever-expanding array of online resources is available for faculty and students to access on or off campus. Librarians teach new students how to best utilize the vast collections for course work and research in a Davidson 101 module. In addition to academic resources, the library's 24-hour study room is CatCard accessible when the library is closed.