Academic Support Center

Welcome to the Academic Support Center!

No matter where you are on your journey, we offer the individual attention you need to succeed here at Castleton and beyond. In fact, many of Castleton’s best students and most accomplished alumni swear by us.

We want you to feel confident as you navigate college and prepare for your future. Need more information about choosing a major or paying for college? We do that. Want to figure out how to manage your time, study for tests, improve your writing, or understand statistics? We’ve got you covered. Best of all, our services are free to all Castleton students enrolled in at least one course.

Many Castleton students can receive extra support or services. If neither of your parents has a four-year degree, you meet certain income guidelines, or you have a documented disability, you may be able to join TRiO. Accommodations and support for students with disabilities are available through our Disability Services Program.

We also offer a friendly place to study. Our cozy space, located on the first floor of Babcock Hall, is equipped with computers, tables, and comfy couches. Sometimes, we even provide snacks. 

For more information about who we are and what we do, click on the links at right, send an e-mail, or call us. Better yet, drop by Babcock for a chat. We can’t wait to meet you!  


Academic Year Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8 am - 9 pm
Friday: 8 am - 4:30 pm

Summer & Breaks

Monday - Friday: 8 am - 4 pm

Disability Services

The goal of Disability Services is to provide educational access for students with disabilities by coordinating information and resources for students and the campus community. Disability Services include:

• classroom/campus accommodations
• academic counseling (individually and in small groups)
• Summer Transition Program

Accepted students who have paid their admissions deposit and who have any type of disability or disorder that affects the ability to learn or function in a college setting, should supply the Academic Support Center with recent, appropriate documentation in order to be considered for accommodations.

Documentation should be sent to:

Kathy Perzanowksi, Learning Specialist
Castleton College
Castleton, VT 05735

Students with disabilities intending to major in Education and other students who may need accommodations for the PRAXIS, GRE, or GMAT tests will need to submit additional documentation to ETS. The Learning Specialist will work with students regarding this process.