Academic Resource Center (ARC)
The ARC provides free tutoring and academic support to all SFAI students.
Students may visit the ARC for a variety of reasons, and ARC tutors—graduate students with a background in education and a passion for teaching—can help you develop a more sophisticated approach to both your academic and studio work.
At the ARC you can:
SPRING 2017 HOURS
Drop in or make an appointment by visiting sfai.mywconline.com.
For more information, contact Ashley Clarke: firstname.lastname@example.org, 415.749.4593
Accessibility Services Office (ASO)
The ASO ensures that students with documented disabilities have equal access to the curriculum and school environment by providing a range of accommodations.
Some of the most common accommodations include extra time for assignments, a quiet place for exams, and note takers. If you have had accommodations in th past, used a 504 plan, or believe that you might qualify for accommodations during your time at SFAI, the ASO can assist you in determining and arranging for these accommodations.
In order to begin the registration process, you must complete an ASO Student Registration Form.
For more information, contact Elizabeth Trayner, ED. D., Interim Accessibility Specialist: email@example.com, 415.749.4524
Academic Advisors can meet with you to collaborate on a schedule of courses that is meaningful and that will ensure timely progress toward your degree. They can also assist you in choosing a major or minor, developing an academic projection for degree completion, and other questions related to your academic goals and success.
After the ADD/DROP period of your first semester, you’ll meet with your Academic Advisor at specific points before earning your degree:
Advisors are available by appointment and during scheduled drop-in hours.
For more information, contact Jen Sikora, Interim Director of Advising: firstname.lastname@example.org, 415.749.4594