Academic Resource Center

The Academic Resource Center offers a number of academic services for Carroll College students.

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) provides academic support for students wishing to enhance their classroom learning experience and improve their chances of achieving academic success at the level they desire.  Through direct communication and referrals, we also help students build stronger working relationships with faculty, as well as with staff in other student-service and administrative offices.   


The Academics Resource Center (ARC) offers students a variety of services, including

  • subject tutoring
  • tutoring in writing
  • study skills workshops
  • individualized academic counseling in college success skills
  • disability support services
  • alternate or make-up exams

The Academic Resource Center also strives to help students navigate the challenges of college-level academics. Walk-in help is available from Kevin Hadduck, Director of the ARC, to help with issues such as:

  • Writing skills
  • Note-taking skills
  • Test-taking practices
  • Test preparation
  • Time and task management
  • Memory skills
  • Stress management


The ARC also coordinates workshops to promote academic success. Please visit this page or see email reminders to keep updated on the subjects of these workshops, as well as when and where to attend them. If you want to enroll in the College Success course, please see Annette Walstad, Director of Academic Advising,

Our programs address students' individual needs at a variety of times throughout each week day, in order to accommodate students' schedules. All Carroll College students are eligible for services and are welcome at the ARC.

Where we are

kevin-haddock.jpgThe Academic Resource Center office is located in Borromeo Hall, Room 115. If you need a quiet place to study, you may come to Borromeo Hall 118 A & 118 B (the ARC Testing Center). These two rooms will be open and available on weekday mornings until 10:15 and after 5:15, and on weekends (during non-testing hours), though on occasion we may need these rooms for testing during other hours. Testing needs will take priority over study.

If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the Kevin Hadduck, Director of the Academic Resource Center at (406) 447-4504 or at