Check out the MARC in more detail — find contact information for setting up one-on-one sessions, see the schedule for SWAGs and study groups, and explore resources specifically chosen for Clarke students, faculty, and staff.
The MARC is here to help wherever you are.
We are able to support students through multiple means: via email, phone, or video during regular business hours 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. CST.
For services, updates, and resources, Clarke students, faculty, and staff can check out marc.clarke.edu (the MARC page on the My.Clarke site) or click the blue “visit the MARC” button to the right. Those without a Clarke login can email any MARC staff member, and we will be happy to assist.
Margaret Mann Academic Resource Center
The Margaret Mann Academic Resource Center, or MARC, is located on the lower level of the library.
The MARC is dedicated to student success and excellence in teaching and learning. Professional staff, coaches, trainers, and mentors, provide the campus community with a wide variety of supports for ALL students, as well as faculty and staff members.
- Assistance at any point during the writing process from getting started on an assignment to polishing a final draft
- Guidance and strategies on writing for college, personal, and professional life, including papers, presentations, and multimodal project
- Resources for developing basic and advanced written communication skills at all levels
- Individualized learning plans to guide students in college success
- Academic Coaching for undergraduate and graduate students.
- Group Study facilitated by Academic Coaches
- Guided support in finding effective learning, study, reading, and time management strategies
- Adjustments for students with disabilities (physical or mental health, learning, ADD, concussions, etc.) to lessen the impact of their condition and allow them to participate fully in life at Clarke.
- Consultations to tailor strategies and support
- Information to access accommodations located here
- Tailored in-class presentations and workshops
- Portal pages with timely and up-to-date links to resources, articles, webinars, scholarship, and websites on a range of pedagogical issues, topics, and current conversations pertaining to teaching and learning
- Consultations with faculty