Center for Academic Achievement
Students should seek tutoring and academic support from the math and science labs early in the semester. While tutoing never replaces course work or class lecture, it does enhance material presented in the classroom.
The underlying objective of tutoring is to assist students in becoming independent and confident learners. The CAA Tutor Leaders develop and expand the skills and resources necessary to fortify student self-confidence and success in the academic environment.
For more information, please call (239) 590-7906
TUTORING DURING FINAL EXAM DAYS: Click here to see the Tutoring schedule for the Math & Science Tutoring Lab 12/9 - 12/13
Spring 2014 Tutoring Schedules will be posted during the first week of classes.
Math Department Tutoring Schedule Fall 2013
**Tutor Leaders: Undergraduate and Graduate students (many are volunteers earning their 80 service learning hours required for graduation). Tutor Leaders receive extensive training. They work closely with the departments and instructors; they often sit in on classes in order to be familiar with the methods used by the instructor. If you are interested in becoming a Tutor Leader complete the application below and return to the CAA office.
We are accepting applications for Spring 2014 now! Contact Lindsay Skillman if you have questions about becoming an Instructional Support Leader at firstname.lastname@example.org or 239-590-7992.
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