Academic and Tutoring Services

Campbell students are eligible to tutor any subject in which they earned an A at CU, so long as they maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.

Apply via the links below:

 

Tutoring Center

Work individually or in small groups with a peer tutor. Bring all books, notes, and materials for your class.

*Note: The Tutoring Center will open for the Fall 2017 semester on Tuesday, September 5th.

Learn more about the Tutoring Centers

 

Writing Center

Bring any paper for any course to and a trained writing coach will review your work and offer suggestions to improve your paper.

*Note: The Writing Center will open for the Fall 2017 semester on Tuesday, September 5th.

Learn more about the Writing Center

 

Peer Tutoring

For courses not offered in the Tutoring Center, peer tutors are available upon request.

*Note: Peer Tutoring requests will close for the Fall 2017 semester on Sunday, November 19th.

Request a peer tutor:

Non-Athlete Student Student Athlete

 

Group Review & Supplemental Instruction

Attend student-led Group Review or Supplemental Instruction sessions for specific courses.

Course

Name

Sessions

Office Hour

CHEM 111 (Kesling)

Benjamin Abraham

Mon 4:00-5:30pm, Carrie Rich 126

Thurs 6:00-7:30pm, Carrie Rich 126

 

CHEM 111 (Reynolds)

Ashlie Murray

Tues 4:00-5:30pm, D. Rich 116

Fri 4:00-5:30pm, D. Rich 116

Mon 6:00-7:00pm, Wiggins 2nd floor

CHEM 111 (Womick)

Jessica Prall

Mon 7:00-8:30pm, D. Rich 116

Wed 7:00-8:30pm, D. Rich 116

Fri 1:00-2:00pm, Wiggins 2nd floor

CHEM 111 (Coker)

 

*See CHEM 111 sessions above*

 

CHEM 227 (Blue)

Kaitlyn Potts

Mon 5:00-6:30pm, D. Rich 222

Tues 6:30-8:00pm, D. Rich 222

 Thurs 2:30-3:30, Wiggins 1st floor

CHEM 227 (Goforth)

Evalina Singer

Tues 11:00am-12:30pm, Wiggins 301

Thurs 2:30-4:00pm, D. Rich 224

Thurs 8:00-9:00am, Wiggins 2nd floor

CHEM 227 (Wells)

 

*See CHEM 227 sessions above*

 

 

Academic Coaching

For Students

Work with an academic coach to develop general academic skills. Academic coaches are available by request.

  • 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

Request an academic coach

For Faculty

Academic coaching focuses on skills that are essential to student success. By providing first-year students with a foundation of strong study habits and skills, they will be more equipped for success throughout their college career. In an effort to reach a greater number of students, the FYE office offers academic coaching in 100-level courses and courses that enroll a high number of first-year students.

Instructors who are interested in having an Academic Coaching in the Classroom presentation in their course should complete this request form. You will receive a confirmation of your presentation date within two business days of your request.

Request Now

 

Interested in Teaching?

Campbell University Freshman Seminar is taught by faculty and staff at Campbell University who are committed to helping students achieve their greatest potential.

Instructors should:

  • Have a master’s degree or higher
  • Participate in the annual instructor preparation workshop held in May
  • Be actively involved in faculty development opportunities provided by the Office of the First- Year Experience
  • Have the approval of the instructor’s department dean or supervisor
  • Have the approval of the Director of the First-Year Experience

Faculty and staff interested in teaching the CUFS 100 course should contact Judy Tunstall at tunstallj@campbell.edu or 910-814-5578 to set up a time to discuss the opportunity.