Fredonia is committed to student success. Our staff, facilities, and resources are available to you when extra help or attention is needed.
The goal of academic advising at the Fredonia is to assist each student in developing and implementing an academic plan designed to meet his/her educational, career and life goals.
Whether you are looking for the extra assistance you need to pass a class, or you want help boosting your 'B' to an 'A', tutoring services are available for you.
The Office of Disability Support Services for Students (DSS) coordinates services to provide students with disabilities equal access, and the opportunity to be successful at Fredonia.
EDP, also known state-wide as the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), is an academic support services program for under prepared and financially disadvantaged students.
A Fredonia-based program for students who fall slightly shy of our traditional admissions criteria. In selecting students for the program, Admissions looks holistically at each applicant to determine his or her potential for success.
The Counseling Center promotes mental health, wellness, growth and development.
Fredonia's International Pathway Program combines ESL support classes with credit bearing courses designed for students who want to develop their English and English for Academic Purposes skills before continuing to a Fredonia degree program. Stand-alone English programs are also available.