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Meet with an Academic Enrichment and Support Center (AESC) counselor, request individual tutoring, assess and improve your study skills. Get the support you need to succeed.

Meet with an AESC Counselor

AESC academic counselors are available to meet for one-time or ongoing 20 minute appointments to discuss a variety of study skills including time management, test anxiety, and reading effectively.

Individual Tutoring

Students are encouraged to request a one-on-one tutor for a particular course if they have

  1. Attended the respective tutor lab for that course a number of times
  2. Discussed their progress with their instructors, and
  3. Need more conceptual support.

If you’re visiting the help sessions and still struggling with assignments, studying or understanding course concepts, you can apply for individual peer tutoring (pdf).

Study Skills Self-Assessment

Take this interactive study skills survey to assess which study skills you can improve and to connect with resources focused on those areas.

Study Skills Resources

Visit our library of study skills resources for tips on conquering procrastination, successfully navigating dense textbooks, overcoming text anxiety and more.

CAPS/GS Academic Resource Center

For academic support in your program, visit College of Adult and Professional Studies Academic Resource Center or Graduate School Academic Resource Center.  The Academic Resource center is located in Anderson Center 301.