The Center for Academic Success (CAS) is open for Walk-In Tutoring assistance until Friday, December 6 2013.
Walk In - Peer Tutors are available on a first-come, first-serve basis for academic subject areas such as Mathematics, Statistics, Chemistry, Biology, Econ, Physics, and Spanish.
The schedule for Walk-In tutoring is posted in the Center or you can follow the link below to find the subject area you need:
Fall 2013 Tutoring will begin on September 9, 2013. Fall Walk-In Tutoring Hours are posted here and in the Center on the white board behind the front desk.
Take - Out Tutoring for Biology, Stats and Math 110, 115, 125 is available in the Santoro Computer Lounge, Monday and Wednesday nights, 8 - 10 p.m., beginning September 9, 2013 @ 8:00 pm. You can also find Take - Out Tutoring in Radcliffe, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6-8 pm.
One-on-One Tutoring is also available by appointment. Please note: individual tutoring is limited, so we encourage students to utilize Walk-In and Take Out Tutoring Hours prior to requesting a One-On-One tutor. The last day to request a One-on-One Tutor is Wednesday, November 13, 2013.
If you find you need to request a one-on-one tutor, complete a Tutoring Request form or stop by the front desk of the Center for Academic Success to fill out a paper request.
Request a tutor at the first sign that you are struggling in a course. Don't wait! It can often take a few days and sometimes at least a week to locate a tutor for a specific course.
Other strategies we encourage are:
- Find a study buddy in your class - two heads are better than one.
- Work with your instructor during his/her office hours.
- Put together a study group of three or four classmates - teamwork can often give you several strategies to conquering the same problem.
The Center for Academic Success located in the Trible Library, 240.
Are you an excellent student wanting to help others? The Center for Academic Success is interested in sophomores and juniors and seniors who might be willing to serve as tutors for an entire academic year. Hiring generally takes place at the beginning of August for the new academic year, however the CNU Center for Career Planning may post additional positions as our tutoring needs are determined.
If you are interested in becoming a subject area tutor, check the student employment listings on Career Connect or contact Jeannine Leger (Di Pasquale), Director of Academic Success Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Recommendations for writing tutors may be submitted at any time to Dr. Mary Wright, Director of the Randall Writing Center, at email@example.com.