All students are encouraged to bring their student ID cards, but you may key in your CIN through the kiosk if you have forgotten it.

Yes, if there is availability. Please click here to make an appointment.

Yes, your writing tutor can help you at any stage in the writing process.

While tutors are familiar with certain formatting styles, specific support is provided by student resource consultants in the library.

We currently offer focused, individualized sessions, and multiple student attendees detract from a one-on-one approach.

If you need tutoring services that are not currently available, please email us.

A) CAS encourages faculty to assign a short reflection piece on the tutoring experience. Short, low-stakes writing assignments enhance writing abilities.

B) Students receive an email with their appointment date and time. This email can be forwarded to you as proof of the visit.

Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students who have earned a B or better in certain courses and possess a strong GPA should fill out an application through Handshake.

Tutoring sessions are most effective when students show up on time and are ready to work with their tutor. The Center for Academic Success policy regarding late students is as follows:

  1. If students are later than 5 minutes, they will be able to maintain their original appointment.
  2. If students are later than 10 minutes, CAS staff will ask the tutor if, in the remaining time, they will be able to conduct an effective session.
  3. If students are later than 15 minutes, they will need to reschedule their appointment for another time.