Molloy offers a full range of student services and support to ensure your academic success, whether you are studying online or on campus.
Tutoring Services, formerly known as Academic Enrichment Program (AcE) The Tutoring Services program assists you - free of charge - in achieving your academic potential. They provide remediation and supplemental help in a nurturing environment. You receive help where you need it! Virtual tutoring is also available so make sure to reach out to make an appointment.
Center for Access and Disability (ACCESS) Center for Access and Disability (ACCESS) at Molloy College strives to provide access to an equal educational experience for qualified students with documented disabilities, while ensuring that the integrity of all college standards and requirements is maintained. In support of the College's commitment to transformative education, ACCESS aspires to educate the Molloy community so as to increase awareness, knowledge, and integration of those with disabilities.
James E. Tobin Library An extensive resource for student success, the library provides reference and instruction, reserves and e-reserves, articles in databases, journals and e-journals and inter-library loans among other services. Library resources can now be accessed through Canvas without a student ID. Students only need to enter their network login (or Canvas) username and password. Please note, an ID card is still required to check physical material out of the library. For help with off-campus access, please click for the Library LibGuides.
Writing Center The Molloy Writing Center supports the development of your writing skills. Consultants will assist you with your academic papers, emphasizing grammatical correctness and appropriate use of research documentation styles. Online consulting is also available.