Kollett Hall is home to the Filene Center for Academic Advising and Career Services, where students can turn for peer and professional tutoring, course scheduling, advising and other academic support. On the career side of things, the Filene Center links students to a thriving network of alumni and friends and organizes programs that help students connect their academic interests to professional pursuits, including the Gertrude Adams Career Design Studio. The center also plays a key role in maintaining the Wheaton Edge—a promise to provide at least one funded internship, job, research position or other experiential learning opportunity to all students before they graduate. Also located here is the Office of Disability Services, which supports and provides accommodations for students, faculty, staff and visitors and ensures Wheaton’s compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and other regulations. Kollett Hall also features quiet study spaces and is connected to the Diana Davis Spencer Discovery Center by an interior hallway. The building was named for former mathematics and computer science professor Fred Kollett, who was instrumental in developing Wheaton’s academic computing and computer science programs.