Graduate Student Success Center
Need online resources?
No problem. Find what you need, when you need it.
To ensure that you have access to academic support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, all graduate students are enrolled in the online Graduate Student Success Center (GSSC), a password-protected Blackboard site.
Academic support includes:
Each student is assigned an academic advisor to help them select, plan, and complete academic programs and explore graduate, professional, and career options. Advisors approve courses when a student registers for classes. To see your advisor and contact information, log-in to your my.pfeiffer account.
The library is open Monday - Thursday from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. and on Saturdays during Midterms and Finals. Students may access the library 24/7 online.
WriteSmart Success Center
Students can get writing help online or in person. If face-to-face writing help is preferred, send an email to WriteSmart@pfeiffer.edu to request a personal appointment with Pfeiffer’s WriteSmart coach on campus or virtually.
Students can schedule face-to-face online help from certified tutors on any of their Pfeiffer courses! Contact StudySmart@pfeiffer.edu for details. All Pfeiffer courses are mapped to tutors that are available 24/7.
Career Planning & Support
Schedule a personal appointment to enhance your professional resume and portfolio. Our Career Coach will work with you either online on campus. Email CareerSmart@pfeiffer.edu to schedule an appointment.
Students can obtain assistance in developing study skills, time management techniques, and personal success plans—a must for working adults. To schedule a personal appointment, email LiveSmart@pfeiffer.edu.
- Syllabi and textbook adoptions
- Links to catalogs and disability and student handbooks
Students log into the GSSC through Pfeiffer Blackboard or through the Pfeiffer University website. If you do not find the help you need, contact your advisor during business hours for additional support.
Disabilities Accommodations - Section 504: Pfeiffer University does not discriminate against employees, students, or applicants who are handicapped. This policy is in keeping with Section 504, The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended. Current documentation to support accommodations must be provided. Any student with a documented disability requiring an accommodation, aid, or adjustment should inform the course instructor immediately and schedule an appointment with reasonable accommodations with the Graduate Student Success Center.
Dr. Joanne R. Zukowski