Academic Services

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Buffalo Campus
18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
(716) 880-2000
(800) 292-1582

Rochester Campus
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
(585) 272-0030
(866) 212-2235

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Academic Support Center

The Academic Support Center (ASC) is a vital part of Medaille College’s commitment to academic excellence and to the success of its students. We offer a wide range of services to assist students in achieving academic goals. Any current Medaille student is eligible for these services.

We provide an environment in which students can get extra help, study for a test, work on class assignments, or enhance basic academic study skills.  The ASC offers convenient hours to meet your needs.  The center is open on the Buffalo Campus on Monday – Thursday 8am - 8pm, Friday 8am - 4pm, and Saturday 10am - 2pm.


  • Peer and Professional Tutoring
  • Learning Strategy Guides on topics such as study skills, time management, and reducing test anxiety
  • Reference Materials
  • Skills Tutor online instructional software
  • Workshops
  • Computer Lab
  • Study Groups
  • Supplemental Instruction for various courses
  • Disability accommodations
  • Academic Support

The Academic Skills Center is located on the Buffalo Campus in the Main Building, Rm. 321. Call their office at (716) 880-2214 for more information.

Counseling Center

Medaille's Counseling Center is staffed by professionally licensed and nationally certified counselors who are dedicated to providing confidential, quality clinical counseling services in a timely manner. Individual counseling, group counseling, and psychiatric consultation are among the services provided.

Counseling services are available to support veterans in making a successful transition from military to college life. In addition to addressing readjustment issues, veterans may utilize services to address traumatic loss, sexual trauma or combat-related experiences.  It is the mission of the Counseling Center to provide services that enhance the wellbeing and development of the whole person, and to reduce barriers to academic success. 

The Center is located at Medaille's Buffalo Campus in 117 Humboldt. Contact Jeannine Suk, director of counseling services, at (716) 880-2339.

Disability Services

Medaille College is committed to providing the support and encouragement necessary to promote self advocacy and personal responsibility for students with disabilities. More information for students with disabilities >>

What is the definition of a disability?

A disability is defined as a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activities.  Individuals with a chronic illness and/or temporary disability may also be eligible to receive services, such as:

  • Testing Accommodations
  • Readers
  • Scribes
  • Notetakers
  • Advocacy
  • Academic and social support
  • Sign language interpreters
  • E-text & Assistive Technology
  • Liaison with community agencies

Who is eligible? Any current Medaille student with a documented disability is eligible to be reviewed for services.  It is the responsibility of the student to initiate contact and provide appropriate documentation.  Reasonable accommodations will be determined on a case by case basis.

What documentation is needed? Students requesting disability accommodations must provide current documentation that verifies the disability from an authorized expert in their field.  Documentation must state the nature of the disability and what accommodations the disability requires.

Who do I contact?

Michelle Schultz
Academic Skills Center
Medaille College
18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY  14214
(716) 880-2338

TRiO and Student Support Services

Medaille College’s Student Support Services (SSS) Program is a federally-funded TRIO Program that provides services to help participants graduate from college.

  • SSS offers individual and group tutoring in most subject areas by peer and professional tutors.
  • Program participants can borrow a laptop (for up to a 3-day loan period) in order to work on assignments at home.
  • SSS offers the Student 2 Student Program with two main components:  – The Mentoring Program matches participants with mentors who act as resources, sounding boards, and allies to participants navigating the first-year experience.  – The Pay It Forward Community Stewardship Program allows participants to lead by example as they work together to address community issues.
  • The SSS computer lab houses information on New York State graduate programs. – SSS staff arrange for participants to visit area graduate schools and periodically accompany participants on these visits.  – SSS staff facilitate workshops on resume preparation and cover letter writing and offer tutorial sessions to prepare students for graduate and professional school entrance exams. 
  • SSS offers individualized workshops on topics such as study skills, test preparation, time management and stress management, as well as basic math  and English grammar.
  • To find out if you are eligible for the TRIO/SSS Program, call (716) 880-2214, or ask one of our VA Certifying Officers.
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