Information about Academic Assistance
Academic Assistance at the School of Medicine is broadly defined as support that is available to medical students who have concerns that may impact academic success and progress toward completing degree requirements. These concerns may include (but are not limited to) reading and/or study strategies, test-taking skills, exam preparation, time management/ organizational skills, setting goals and priorities, family and/or relationships, health and wellness, disability, anxiety, career development, academic difficulty, and tutoring.
As Educational Resources Coordinator, I seek to provide a forum in which students can talk frankly and confidentially about concerns. I am available to consult with you, help you define your concerns, trouble shoot and brainstorm, to help you locate relevant resources, and to assist you in crafting evaluating and refining your individual plan of action.
Appointments, email or telephone contacts are welcome, and when possible, I am happy to accommodate walk-in appointments.
Deborah J. Ingersoll, Ph.D.
Educational Resources Corodinator
Office of Student Affairs
1050 Bondurant Hall. CB# 9535
School of Medicine
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Phone: (919) 843-6171
Fax: (919) 966-0730