Graduate Student Resources and Supports
At Goodwin University, we are invested in the continued success of our students.
We believe that you deserve great support services and resources to help you achieve your goals!
As a Goodwin graduate student, you will never be left to fend for yourself. We will help you through each step of your journey — academically, personally, and professionally.
Your Admissions Officer will link you up with your very own Academic Advisor who will help you with your class selections.
Admissions Officers take pride in sitting down with you to discuss your educational goals, interests, and program/degree completion options face-to-face. Walk-in, call, text, email, or submit a form online — whatever your preference, we're here to help get you started!
- Phone800-889-3282 or 860-528-4111
Our dedicated Financial Aid Advisors will work with you to create a financial aid package that works for you — and your budget. During your Admissions visits, a Financial Aid Advisor will be readily available to discuss your options and to help you get the aid you need.
In collaboration with your Academic Advisor, the Registrar's Office will help with your course registration and maintain your transcripts and official records.
Academic Success Center
Need a little extra help? No problem. The Academic Success Center provides free tutoring, testing, and workshops to all Goodwin students. Call to make an appointment or walk right in.
The Hoffman Family Library supports graduate students on all levels. The Library is fully staffed and eager to help you with any research needs you may have.
- PhoneReference Desk: 860-913-2042
- PhoneCirculation Desk: 860-913-2066
Math may not be your thing, and that's okay. That's why we have an on-campus Math Lab where we will assist you in math and related subjects.
At Goodwin, we're all about convenience — that's why we offer tutoring on-campus and online. Meet face-to-face with professional and peer tutors in our Academic Success Center on-campus, or jump online for help with our e-Tutoring option — available 24 hours a day.
We are here to help you do what you love, whether it's attending social events, finding fresh interests, volunteering, or creating a new group. Our passion is to help you explore and enrich your Goodwin University experience.
The Office of AccessAbility Services seeks to assist individuals with disabilities with accommodations and services that will promote success and integration into The University.
The Ann B. Clark Transitions Food Pantry
Are you in need of food? Goodwin University maintains a well-stocked food pantry of non-perishable food items for students in need.
Need someone to talk to? Counseling/therapy is available. Counseling/therapy is a process in which you enter into a relationship with a trained professional in order to gain a deeper self-understanding and to identify more effective ways of responding to life's challenges.
Goodwin University offers a Diaper Program designed to help students with young children defray some of their household costs by offering free diapers to those who qualify. Students who are eligible can receive two packs of diapers, per child, per month, as long as they are enrolled at Goodwin University. Students who are eligible will receive notification of eligibility after census day.
Goodwin Kid Care
Goodwin Kid Care is an on-campus drop-in child care service intended to provide supplemental child care assistance for Goodwin University students during class time.
Our Career Services team is readily available to provide you with guidance and resources for career development. We offer individual career counseling, mock interviews, workshops, career fairs, assistance with resume and cover letters, and more. Goodwin University students and graduates receive lifetime access to Career Services.
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