Peer tutors from various departments including Mathematics, Statistics, Psychology, Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Accounting, & Finance.
Staff and students are available to help you improve your writing craft.
Supplemental Instruction (SI)
SI is a series of review sessions for students taking historically difficult courses.
Collaborative Learning Groups (CLG)
CLG's are a smaller group of students in historically difficult classes which work together to support and learn from each other. They are facilitated by an upper class student who has mastered the course. CLG's are currently offered in CHEM 2200.
Many times poor academic achievement occurs because of poor time management and study skills. David Bauman, Becky Thelen, and Jessica Johnston offer individual meetings to discuss ways to improve your study skills and grades. Topics may include:
· Time Management
· Taking Effective Lecture Notes
· Critical Reading Strategies
· Test Taking Skills
· Planning An Effective Study Schedule
· Other topics as requested
Disability Resource Center
The DRC assists students with a documented disability with support services and accommodations for classes.
Note Taking - http://www.eleven21.com/notetaker/
Learning Styles Test - http://www.crc4mse.org/ILS/Index.html
Faculty Web Pages - Many faculty have web pages which contain notes, study guides, and quizzes for the courses they instruct. Dr. Larry McGahey and Dr. Gerald Cizadlofor example, have wonderful web pages that supplement their instruction from class.