Academic resources

Career Development

Academic development

There are times we all need a little help from our friends.

The Learning Resource Center provides academic and personal support in the form of study groups, tutoring, workshops and individual consultations. Resources to increase your skills in time management, note taking, reading, mathematics, test taking and stress management are also available. The director also serves as the counselor for disability services.

The Writing Center is also available for students who need support during or after the writing process.

Academic resources

At Bluffton, we seek to provide the resources you need to be a successful student.

  • Musselman Library houses more than 165,000 books for assignments and research, and provides access to materials held in academic libraries throughout the nation via OPAL and OhioLink consortia and interlibrary loans. Research databases, electronic journals and books and digital media resources are available online.
  • The registrar's office is available to help with registering for courses, transferring courses from other colleges and universities and answering questions about course offerings, transcript requests and more.
  • Technology is nearly everywhere on Bluffton's campus, from wireless hotspots across campus, to high-speed Internet connections in every residence hall room to the Technology Center, where you can access to the latest digital tools. A Help Desk and a variety of support services are available for users at all levels.

learning resource center

The Learning Resource Center provides study groups and tutoring to help develop or refresh time management, note taking, reading, mathematics, test taking or stress management skills.

the Writing center

Upper-level writing students provide individualized tutoring through the Writing Center. Assistance is available in generating and developing ideas, organizing information and correcting grammatical errors on assignments from any course or on application letters.

Career development

Not just for juniors and seniors, the Center for Career and Vocation is an important resource to use throughout your college career. Assistance is available for selecting a major, finding internships or jobs, preparing for interviews and more