Goodwin University offers additional resources for the health, well-being, and success of our students’ personal, academic, and professional lives.
Academic Success Center
The Academic Success Center (ASC) promotes and fosters student learning and development by providing free tutoring to all Goodwin University students. This resource is offered through the Hoffman Family Library.
The Ann B. Clark Co-op
Are you in need of food? Goodwin University maintains a well-stocked food pantry of non-perishable food items for students in need.
Goodwin University is partnering with a variety of licensed childcare providers to offer childcare services for GU students at their centers. Funding is available through a CCAMPIS grant for Goodwin students who are PELL eligible. Please contact Amy Rodriguez at 860-727-6950 or .
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 University is home to two exceptional inter-district magnet schools on our East Hartford campus. Having these magnet schools on campus provides unique opportunities for students at each of these schools, and benefits students at Goodwin University.
If you are pregnant while a student at Goodwin University and are concerned about your studies, our AccessAbility Services Coordinator can assist you. For more information, please contact the Office of AccessAbility Services at 860-727-6718.