If I am struggling in my classes, where can I go for help?
You have several options when you’re struggling with your coursework. One is to reach out to the instructor and inquire about office hours, where they can review concepts with you one-on-one and in more depth than is possible during class. Another is to seek tutoring services.
If the problem is not having a quiet space to devote to studying, students are encouraged to take advantage of the NYADI library. The facility features a quiet area for individual studying, tables for group studying, and meeting spaces. Students will also find a complete collection of books and other materials to help them understand concepts discussed in class or further their knowledge.
For students who struggle with time management and organization, NYADI can help with these concerns, as well. Contact NYADI’s Student Help Center, and be sure to notify the school of issues that may affect attendance or inhibit your ability to learn. Per NYADI’s Title IX policy, students can also seek reasonable accommodations for disability, pregnancy, and religion.