The Center for Student Success offers a variety of tutoring and learning support options, all of which are completely FREE for all Nazareth students. On top of reinforcing course content, our services also help with study skills, memorization techniques, note taking tips, and methods to stay organized. All of our tutors are students, yet are also professionals who meet a specific grade requirement, go through a training process, and have been recommended by instructors as someone who would work well tutoring others. See below for more information on tutoring and other learning support options for this semester.
Drop-in Tutoring is available for several high-demand courses. Students can feel free to show up at any point during the 2 hour shifts to get help on a particular topic, ask a quick question, or to sit and do homework where help is available if needed. If students would like help specifically in how to study or take notes, Drop-In Study Skills is offered in the library basement 12-1 pm on Tuesdays.
Individual tutoring is available for any course that is not offered in the Drop-In setting. To apply for a tutor, please read the guidelines below, fill out the application, have your professor sign off on it, and return it to Smyth-22. Please allow up to 2 weeks for requests to be filled (so get them in early!)
How to Become a Tutor
If you are interested in becoming a tutor for a course, or multiple courses, fill out the application below and have the course professor(s) sign off on it. Please know that we only accept tutors who have over a 3.0 GPA and have completed the course(s) they wish to tutor with at least a B+.
- Contact John Edelman (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or concerns.
- Contact Cynthia Eisen (email@example.com) with any questions or concerns.
- Math Center Hours
- Contact Dr. Heather Lewis (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or concerns.
Academic and College Success Course (ACS 101)
The Academic and College Success Course is a one-credit course taken by all first-year students in their first semester at Nazareth College. Goals of the course include knowledge of self and others, management of college life, and personal responsibility/decision making.
More Academic Resources
Resources on study skills, time management, and more!