The ACT 101 Program

Through the Higher Education Equal Opportunity Act (ACT 101), CCAS offers a developmental educational support program to qualified Pennsylvania residents who demonstrate certain academic and financial needs.

Counseling Internship Program

CCAS provides a year-long internship experience for students who are pursuing their M.A. in Counseling.

The Eastern University Writing Center

Services are available to students in the Traditional Undergraduate Baccalaureate by appointment or on a walk-in basis.

The EQUIP Program

EQUIP is a pre-college summer program that equips students with the reading, writing, study and time management skills necessary for success in college.


CCAS provides professional counseling for Eastern students who have personal and academic concerns, ranging from problems adjusting to life away from home to difficulties with depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. Two licensed psychologists and several counselors are available. For more information please click here.

Individual and Group Tutoring

Through CCAS, students have access to academic assistance in most subjects from other students who have performed successfully in these subject areas. Tutors also offer assistance in note-taking, time management, and study skills. For more information please click here.

Services for Students with Disabilities

Students with documented learning or physical disabilities that interfere with their academic performance or daily routines can apply at CCAS for modifications in how academic work is presented and tested or for physical supports needed for daily living. All involved departments on campus then work together to provide reasonable accommodations for eligible students. Students needing comprehensive evaluations to establish eligibility for accommodations are referred to community resources.

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