The school provides various services to students. On this page, you will easily spot these offices, its contact persons when you need either academic information or technical assistance or support.
Academic Skills Center x4483
Director: Mrs. Davison x4365
Ms. Buzard x4481
Ms. Crowley x4483
Ms. Ferris x 4483
Mrs. Olander x4358
Or, check the most up-to-date directory from the ASC's link: https://www.andover.edu/pages/contactus.aspx?view=ASC
PACC (Computer Center) x4351
M-F 8am - 4:30pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Help Desk Manager: Mr. Oakley
Learning Management Systems Manager: Mr. Mallick
PACC is one of the best places to get help for your computer set up, internet access, troubleshooting and document printing, etc. other than the OWH Library.
For more help, please visit the Student page on the PAnet.
The Educational Research and Development Lab (ERDL), was established in 1994 to support faculty and staff development in technology.
Please stop by the ERDL Room during the hours given below or make an appointment with Ms. Har via email.
Location: Down in the PACC
Hours: M-Thur. 8-9:15pm
Contact: Ms. Patricia Har
Technology Learning Center is the hub for three important services that you may use throughout the school year. They are as following:
1. PACC, a.k.a. PA Computer Center: PACC is inside the OWH Library building, but at the lower level of the library. (see above)
2. Polk-Lillar Audio/Visual Center : The center is a campus-wide computing facility focused on the Art Department's electronic media curriculum.
3. LLC, a.k.a. Language Learning Center: The LLC is located in the lower level of Samuel Phillips Hall, also known as SamPhil. The LLC serves the students and faculty of the World Languages Division as well as the department of History & Social Sciences.
Note: To learn more about each service center, please log in PAnet through the following route: Academic Resources > OWH Library & Learning Centers > Technology Learning Center, or simplay pay a visit to each at your disposal.
CAMD, the Office of Community and Multicultural Development,has been playing an important role on the campus for the community at large. Its CAMD Scholar Program was one of its unique and dedicated program for young scholar like you since 2006.
This program encourages students to do independent research on topics related to diversity, multiculturalism, identity to make Andover a stronger community. For details, please visit the CAMD's program page.