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10/15/21 Student Update

10/15/2021 Academic Affairs Weekly Student Update


Greetings Cambridge College Students:


We hope you are doing well and that your classes are going well. If you fall behind or have challenges with your coursework, we encourage you to reach out for support. Here are some resources that can help to keep you on track:


Tutoring and Academic Support

Cambridge College has many professional tutors available in reading, writing, math, statistics, accounting, ABA, technology, and MTEL support. In addition, all students have access to TutorMe 24/7 tutoring support and paper submissions. For information on how to access academic support, click here>>.


Poetry of Protest, Resistance, & Empowerment

On Monday, 10/25 from 6:15-7:15 PM, current students and faculty will read well-known protest, resistance, and empowerment poetry. Live readers will provide a short introduction of the poet and read one poem centered on the theme. All are welcome. Click here to access the flyer>>.  Click here to join the event>>. For more information, please contact


Cultural Engagement Page

Vera Dimoplon, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, has recently updated the Cultural Engagement Page on MyCC! It is dedicated to promoting internal and external events that foster cultural competence and cultural diversity. Now that the United Nations General Assembly has opened its 76th session, there will be many events and the page will be updated on a weekly basis. To access the Cultural Engagement Page and to find information about upcoming events, click here>> or contact


Fall 2021-2022 Workshops

This fall, Cambridge College is offering many virtual workshops and events! Click here to access the full list of workshops>>.




Upcoming Workshops & Events                                

§  Friday, 10/15, 3:30-4:30 PM EST. Unpacking Assignments: Getting Started Studio with Lee Okan. Click here to register>>.

§  Tuesday, 10/19, 5-6 PM EST. Undergraduate Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio Workshop: Jeff Hogan. Click here to register>>.

§  Tuesday, 10/19, 6-7 PM EST. Library Webinar: APA Bootcamp with Jeff Cronin. Click here to register>>.

§  Wednesday, 10/20, 5:00-6:00 PM EST. Pre-Writing to Generate Ideas: Arranging Ideas into a Plan Studio with Kathleen Hartnett. Click here to register>>.

§  Wednesday, 10/20, 6:00-7:00 PM EST. CC Reads E.L. Doctoro: Ragtime: Discussion 2, parts 3 & 4. For a copy of the book or more information, contact

§  Friday, 10/22, 3:30-4:30 PM EST. Pre-Writing to Generate Ideas: Arranging Ideas into a Plan Studio with Lee Okan. Click here to register>>.


Sitters for Scholars

Sitters For Scholars (formerly Sitters Without Borders) is a first-of-its-kind non-profit organization. They offer free and low-cost evening babysitting services to low-income parents attending college in the Greater Boston area. For more information read their flyer here>>.


Please reach out if you have any questions or need support.




Stephen Healey

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs


Cambridge College is committed to ensuring that its events, services, and facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities, under requirements from the ADA of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. If you need accommodations to help you access our events, services, or facilities, please contact the Office of Disability Support at or 617-873-0614. 

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