As an adult studies student, you might need resources to help with research, writing etc…..
24/7 Tutoring Services. Free & Easy.
North Carolina Wesleyan College is partnered with Smarthinking, a complimentary online tutoring service, provided to all Wesleyan students. This service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and features live tutoring in the subjects of writing, reading, math, computer and technology, science and business.
New to Smarthinking are Virtual Nerd Tutorials; these 3 to 6 minute videos are in the fields of Pre-algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry. Smarthinking is a reliable resource which can be used for all your classes, give it a try today!
Making an appointment for an Individual Consultation
To make an appointment, please follow the link below and fill out the Appointment Form. This form helps our consultants prepare for your visit and will guide you to the Appointments Calendar where you can choose your appointment date and time.
NCWC’s Pearsall Library is committed to helping users learn to find information efficiently and use it effectively. The library’s homepage is your gateway to information resources and services. From there, you can search the online catalog, search online databases, find research help, or request books and articles.
NC Wesleyan’s dedicated library staff are available to assist you in person and virtually! Search our databases, chat online with a librarian, or call for assistance!
Library Resources at a Glance:
- Study Spaces
- Print & Scan Documents
- Online Articles & eBooks
- Print Books
- Research Guides
- Media Production Lab
- 3D Printing and Scanning
- And Much More!
Having trouble finding what you need? We can help! Research assistance is available by telephone at 252.985.5350, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or online through chat.
Students can order or sell back their textbooks by visiting the bookstore in Rocky Mount or through their online website. Students have the option to pay out of pocket or to charge their books to their account and use available financial aid funds. If the book charge is more than the available excess financial aid funds, the student will be responsible for paying the balance out of pocket.
Technology & Support
The primary means of communication between students and instructors in online classes is my.ncwc.edu. Your instructor will use your my.ncwc.edu e-mail account to contact you, so please check it frequently. If you are unfamiliar with my.ncwc.edu, please click here for instructions on how to get started. By remaining enrolled in any online class, students certify that they have read and understood the Jenzabar LMS Student Guide available through the “Students” tab at my.ncwc.edu. Students who experience issues with Jenzabar are responsible for promptly contacting Information Systems.
You should also make sure that your system meets Wesleyan’s minimum software and hardware configurations. Click here to view these minimum requirements.
You also have online access to Wesleyan’s Writing Center, which provides resources for students who are unable to visit the lab in person. These resources, which include a databank of instructional materials and online help with writing assignments, are available at The Writing Center. Online tutorials may be scheduled by e-mailing email@example.com or by calling 252.985.5135.