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Resources for Graduate Students
The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) has a variety of services and centers to support graduate students. For more information about any of these resources, click on the following links, stop by ACE in CH 381-393, or email email@example.com:
ACE Academic Coaching
Academic Coaching – free resource for graduate students providing appointment based one-on-one guidance and instruction to develop strategic, academic, and practical skills needed to succeed in the graduate programs at Regis.
ACE Quantitative Support
Quantitative Support – offers free drop-in tutoring support for graduate students in descriptive and inferential statistics, SPSS, and medication math/dosage calculations. Located on the second floor of the Library.
Regis Library – a content management system of academic resources, including APA, MLA, and Chicago style citations, library research, and graduate nursing programs.
Smarthinking – around the clock tutoring assistance facilitated through online discussion boards. Subjects offered include math, biology, chemistry, statistics, writing, anatomy and physiology, and organic chemistry.
Writing Support Services
Writing Support Services – free resources and support for writers of all levels and abilities. Writing tutors assist Regis graduate students with writing assignments and papers in all subjects. Located on the second floor of the Library.
ACE Health Sciences Support
Free undergraduate and graduate tutoring is offered in all Health Sciences related courses, including Nursing, Nuclear Imaging, Health and Fitness Studies, etc. Located in the Carr Room on the second floor of the Library.
ACE Graduate Student Support Specialist
ACE Graduate Student Support can help with a number of issues you might be having, including research design, research methods, statistics, SPSS software, and more. To take advantage of this service, contact Dr. Lynne Man in CH 381B. Dr. Man is available for in-person meetings, Skype or Facetime meetings, email correspondence, or phone calls. She can be reached at 781-768-7136, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACE has vetted additional online resources to support graduate students in statistics, SPSS, and research methods. These resources are continuously being updated and are accessed by clicking on the following links: