Academic and Tutoring Services
Student Success is here to help you! Please review the options below and find the one that best addresses your concern. If you are unsure, please contact us!
Questions & Quick Links
The CU Tutoring Center, the Writing Center and Peer Tutoring Services will open on January 22, 2014.
If you are unable to find an answer to your question on our website, please contact us at (910) 814-4363 or email@example.com.
For Tutoring Center schedule information, or to make an appointment, click here.
If you want to work as a tutor, apply here.
CU Tutoring Center
The CU Tutoring Center is located on the third floor of Wiggins Library. Work one-on-one or in small groups with a tutor for assistance with many courses. See the schedule linked at the left for more specifics. Students may come to the Tutoring Center at any time the schedule indicates that tutoring is available for your subject. Appointments are recommended but not required - see the link at the the left to make your appointment. Bring your books, notes, syllabus and any applicable supplementary materials. The Tutoring Center is open during fall and spring semesters only.
CU Writing Center
Need help with your paper? Bring any paper for any course to the third floor of Wiggins Library Sunday-Thursday from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. A trained writing coach will review your work and offer suggestions and assistance to improve your paper. See the link at the left for more details. The Writing Center is open during fall and spring semesters only.
If the course you need assistance with is not offered in the CU Tutoring Center or your schedule won’t allow you to use the center, you may request a tutor here if you are a non-athlete student or here if you are a student athlete. Peer tutors are available during fall and spring semesters and on a limited basis during summer sessions.
Do you know that you need additional academic support, but are not sure where to begin? Our academic coaching can give you the insight you need to affirm and improve your academic strengths and weaknesses. Review study, note-taking, or test-taking skills. Learn how to manage test anxiety. Receive general tips as well as help with subject-specific study skills. To schedule an appointment, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Group Review Sessions
No registration needed. Just simply attend the session that is offered for your course. Most sessions last between one and two hours beginning with a review of materials covered in class presented by the group leader. The remaining time is available for group work on homework assignments and individual assistance from the leader. Times and locations will be announced in class.
Interested in working as a tutor?
Campbell University students are invited to apply to be a tutor if they have a 3.5 GPA and have an A average in the courses they wish to tutor. Click here to apply.