Academic Support Center (ASC)
Whether it’s your first day of college or your last semester before graduation, the ASC will enhance your learning beyond the classroom by offering free tutoring, study skills training, and writing assistance. Consider us an extension of your everyday education.
We offer a variety of instructional approaches to foster academic growth to help you become a successful, lifelong learner.
Academic Coaching can help improve your effectiveness in and out of the classroom. It focuses on boosting self-confidence, personal development, time management, goal setting, motivation, study skills, and resource connections. Understanding that each student is unique, our goal is to guide you to reach your full potential.
Tutoring Services are available for many undergraduate classes. Weekly recitations, peer-led study sessions, and small group or one-on-one appointments are designed to help you build your confidence in your course material.
Writing Support is available for all students, at all levels and locations. Through one-on-one, in-person, or Zoom appointments, our professional staff members are available to guide you through the entire writing process (i.e., brainstorming, researching, drafting, editing, proofreading, revising, and documenting).
Academic support and tutoring are available remotely. Appointments can be scheduled using Academic SupportNet found on Okta. Content tutors for math, science, and over 50 specific classes are available using Zoom. In addition, writing specialists are available seven days a week to help you understand, brainstorm, revise, or polish any writing assignment, big or small.
Location: First Floor Phillips Library
- ASC YouTube
- ASC Instagram (@academic_support_ctr)
- Citing Sources
- Math Support
- Testing Services
- Disability Resource Office
In Our Own Words: Julie Hall, director of the Academic Support Center, on how to improve your writing and study habits
The Academic Support Center provides an abundance of free services to help you through academic challenges, including how to manage your time, how to organize an essay paper, or how to connect with a peer tutor.
Wednesday Writing Workshops are on Wednesdays from 7-8 p.m. on Zoom
HOW TO REGISTER: Visit Okta and log in to the Academic SupportNet. Click on the workshop you would like to attend, and “add slot” to register. At the time of the workshop, log back into your appointment to access the Zoom link.