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Academic success

We’re here to help

At. St. Norbert College, we want to make sure that you have what you need to thrive throughout your college experience. You’ll find that our portfolio of academic success resources will help equip you to succeed, no matter your learning style.

Academic support

The office of academic success, support and accessibility offers a number of services that can help you assess your learning habits, enhance your reading comprehension, improve your time management and study skills and help remove other learning barriers.

Skills development and assessment

Want to know more about how to use your learning style to improve your academic study skills? Our staff can recommend support services or other resources that could be beneficial.

Reading assistance

If you find yourself struggling with reading efficiently or retaining college-level academic content when you study, we can help. We offer individualized reading assistance sessions that will help you improve your speed and comprehension.

Time-management training

Sometimes balancing the demands of your college courses with everything else in your life can be challenging. We offer a number of schedule planning tools, and we are available for one-on-one training sessions that will help you learn how to balance your time – including making time for healthy breaks!

Peer-led programming 

Everyone struggles sometimes. If you’ve met with your professor during their office hours, are utilizing all of your course materials, and you're still struggling with your academics, you can take advantage of our peer-led programming. We offer Academic CoachingAcademic Peer Mentoring and Academic Tutoring depending on your specific needs.  

Some SNC students need a little added academic support to thrive as they start their journey. During the college admission process, we identify students who may need a little extra help to reach their full academic potential. If we believe you could benefit from one of these programs, you’ll be invited to participate as a condition of your enrollment.

Success Program

The Success Program helps you reach your full academic potential for success through the use of contracts, goal setting, time management and self-accountability. You’ll attend weekly group meetings where you can work with a facilitator on improving your study skills and learn ways to best manage your time.

Academic Enhancement Program (AEP)

AEP is a one-semester program that enables you to learn and practice academic habits associated with success as a first-semester, first-year student. AEP students come with strong recommendations from high school teachers, counselors and principals who believe a student has the ability and desire to succeed in college but would benefit from added academic support to begin the college journey. See our program requirements to learn more.

Accessibility Services

In keeping with our SNC mission which calls us to help students reach their full potential, and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the college provides reasonable modifications and necessary accommodations to students with disabilities. Students become eligible for services when they disclose and provide recent documentation of a disability to the office of academic success, support and accessibility. Accommodations are tailored to a student's need on a case-by-case basis. Find more information here. You can also email acadsupport@snc.edu or call 920-403-1321 for more information.

Autism Spectrum Disorder Support Program

Each of the counselors in SNC’s Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) office has received training in assisting students on the autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The SNC ASD Support Program provides these students with counseling, mentoring and connections to campus partners who coordinate accommodations. Counselors also provide campus-wide training and education for faculty, staff and students.

You never know what kind of help you might need during college. Rest assured, SNC provides you with resources for academic success, whether you need support inside the classroom or outside of it.


Get help navigating your academic journey at SNC throughout all four years of your college education. 

Office of the Registrar

Our team serves the college community in all areas of records and registration management.

Writing Center

One-on-one help from trained peers, from outline to completed paper, is available through the Writing Center.

Mulva Library

The Mulva Library offers a wide range of easy-to-access materials and one-on-one research assistance.

Counseling and psychological services

Individual, group and teletherapy services are available through counseling and psychological services.

Career development

The office of career and professional development provides assistance finding a college internship or post-graduate career.

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Academic accommodations

We want students with disabilities to have an equal opportunity to benefit from a college education at SNC. Our team will help you create a constructive living and learning environment that’s tailored to your needs, allowing you to focus on your education and abilities instead of your differences.

  • Ben Berg reading a text book in an academic building on campus

    Ben Berg ’24 struggled academically when he first came to St. Norbert College. Despite the challenges he faced, Ben was able to make his way back to the campus he calls his second home through hard work, determination and encouragement from his family, friends and the college.

    Ben Berg reading a text book in an academic building on campus

    Ben Berg ’24 struggled academically when he first came to St. Norbert College. Despite the challenges he faced, Ben was able to make his way back to the campus he calls his second home through hard work, determination and encouragement from his family, friends and the college.

Wellness by Design at SNC

Our Wellness By Design initiative is part of SNC’s commitment to foster eight key dimensions of wellness: emotional, environmental, financial, intellectual, occupational, physical, social and spiritual. Intrigued? Learn more about how our programs support your academic success.

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Contact the St. Norbert College admission office

Campus location

Ariens Family Welcome Center
310 College Ave.
De Pere, WI 54115

Hours of operation

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

We’re also available by appointment.

Mailing address

Office of Admission
St. Norbert College
Ariens Family Welcome Center
100 Grant St.
De Pere, WI 54115