The College has an Accommodations Committee, which includes the Academic Services Coordinator, the Dean of Students, and the Associate Dean for Academic Services, supported, when necessary, by consultations with the Director of Health Services, the Director of Counseling Services, the Director of Residence Life and Housing, and the Academic Advisor. To request accommodations for a disability or a learning difference, students should contact the Academic Services Coordinator. The Academic Services Coordinator will schedule a meeting to explain the procedures for providing documentation and the process for providing reasonable and appropriate accommodation. Students who believe they have a current and essential need for disability accommodation are responsible for requesting accommodation and providing qualifying documentation to the Accommodations Committee. The Accommodations Committee will make every effort to accommodate qualified students. If a student’s request for Disability Accommodations is approved, the student must contact the Academic Services Coordinator at the start of each semester in order to notify their instructors of their accommodations.

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To request accommodations for a disability or a learning difference, students should: 
Email the Academic Services Coordinator at to set up a meeting.

Academic Services

In addition to consulting with their Program Director, students should meet with the Academic Advisor prior to course registration. The Academic Advisor is available to advise about departmental course requirements, program status/graduation requirements, pre-requisite course requirements, and off-campus study. The Academic Advisor also pre-authorizes transfer credits for courses taken outside Moore.

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To make an appointment with the Academic Advisor, students should: 

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The Connelly Library

The Connelly Library at Moore College has a robust collection of online resources and services to support the creative, research, and teaching endeavors of the Moore community. The library staff are available to assist with your reference and research needs from locating resources to developing a search strategy, and more. As well as provide support for access issues with our collection of online resources.  


The Connelly Library provides students with access to the following online resources, available 24/7 via the library’s website:

  • Online Resources: Access library subscription databases and other recommended resources to locate eBooks, articles, images, and video.
  • Research Guides: Search curated guides of resources created by library staff around a particular subject, topic, or class to help in locating relevant information sources.
  • Interlibrary Loan Services:  Provides access to articles that the library does not have available via our subscription databases.

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The Connelly library provides reference & research support during our open hours listed on the website. Students can:  

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Margaret Minik Writers Studio

The Writers Studio offers academic assistance and extra-curricular opportunities in writing for all students in an encouraging, supportive environment. Private one-on-one sessions with specially trained Writing 

Assistants and group workshops provide help with class assignments, fellowship proposals, internship-related writing, senior thesis and any other writing project.  

The Writers Studio also hosts activities related to creative writing such as student-run literary publications, poetry readings, writing contests, events with professional writers and access to publishing opportunities. The goal of the Writers Studio is to recognize the importance, improve the quality and support a culture of writing across all disciplines. Writing Assistants provide knowledge and skills students can apply not only to their current pieces of writing, but also to future writing. The Writers Studio aims to produce not just better writing, but better writers. 

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To connect with the Writers Studio, students can: 

Preferred Name Change

Moore College of Art and Design recognizes that students may use names other than their legal names to identify themselves. The ability to use a preferred name can be particularly important for transgender or gender non-conforming individuals. Except when the use of an individual’s legal name is required by law or policy, students will be identified in Moore College information systems by the preferred name in accordance with the Preferred Name Form submitted to the Registrar’s Office. 

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To submit a preferred name change, students can: 

Tech Support Services

Members of Moore’s Academic Computing and Online Learning are available to assist with many technical concerns specific to your academic experience. 


Moore provides students with assistance in many areas, including the following:

  • Moodle account login and password 
  • Moore email login and password 
  • Self-service login and password 
  • Software & Hardware listed in the Minimum Technology Requirements 
  • Licensed education technology, e.g. Padlet, Zoom and VoiceThread 
  • Adobe account 
  • Office 365 account 
  • Autodesk account 

If you have a computer or technical issue that isn’t on this list, please feel free to contact us and we’ll do our best to help you! 

In addition to providing assistance to students, we help ensure that Moodle courses are functioning properly, and we evaluate whether new technologies can improve your educational experience. If you experience issues with the functionality of your Moodle course, please reach out to us! 

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Please use Moore’s ticketing system to submit your tech support requests. Our technologists will respond via email M-F, 9-5 EST and are available via Zoom for synchronous assistance if determined necessary.

Minimum Technology Requirements 

Find out the minimum technology requirements for taking online courses at Moore.

Mental Health Counseling

For counseling support, our Counseling Services Department has two Licensed Mental Health Counselors who are available virtually and on-site.  


Monday - Friday, 11am – 7pm during the Academic Year.  

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To connect with our Mental Health Counselors, students can:

  • Contact Jo Coppola, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), is available from 11am – 3pm. To schedule an appointment with Ms. Coppola, please contact her at or call at 215-965-4002. 
  • Contact Laura Farrell, Licensed Social Worker (LSW), is available from 3pm – 7pm. To schedule an appointment with Ms. Farrell please contact her at or call at 215-965-4002.

Mental Health Support Group

Join Mental Health Counselor, Laura Farrell, for weekly mental health open discussions. Weekly topics will be sent directly to your email. 


Meets Thursdays, 6:00PM – 7:00PM   

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To join the Mental Health Support Group, students can: 

Journaling Support Group

Join Mental Health Counselor, Jo Coppola for weekly mental health journaling workshops. Free journals are available for students who attend. 


Meets Wednesdays, 2:30PM – 3:30PM 

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To join the Journaling Support Group, students can:

Exploring Somatics Support Group

Join Mental Health Counselor, Laura Farrell, to learn how somatic tools and writing prompts are used to explore where emotions and traumas live in our bodies.


Meets Thursdays, 6:00PM – 7:00PM

Diversity Committee

All Moore Students, Staff, and Faculty are welcome to attend our monthly virtual Diversity Committee meetings to hear updates on the DEI initiatives and programs at Moore. You can also stay updated on diversity & inclusion initiatives by reviewing our weekly Diversity & Inclusion Newsletter sent to your Moore email. 


First Monday of every month during the semester 

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To join the Diversity Committee, students can:


DEIA Resources
Commuter Resources
Student Organizations & Clubs