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Tutoring/Advising Services

Tutoring Services

Academic Success Center
Located in Everett Hall, the Academic Success Center offers peer tutoring to aid students in completing class assignments, preparing for examinations and improving their understanding of content covered in a particular course. In addition, computers are available for students' academic use.

Students are encouraged to utilize the Center as a resource for improving study strategies and reading techniques. The Center also offers assistance with other academic problems.  All services are free of charge to Lindsey Wilson College students.

Mathematics Center
Located in Room 129 of the Fugitte Science Center, the Mathematics Center (also known as the CATS Lab) provides tutoring in mathematics for students enrolled in mathematics courses.  The tutoring services are free of charge. Tutoring appointments are not necessary, but encouraged for those who use the Center often.  Also, computers are available for completing courses assignments in mathematics.  The Mathematics Center's hours of operation are posted on the Center's entrance door and also included in mathematics course syllabi each semester.

Writing Center
Located in Room 200 of the W.W. Slider Humanities Center, the Writing Center offers both individual assistance and group or class workshops. The Center's service is free to any writer on campus, including students, faculty, and staff, regardless of the assignment or the writer's skill level. The Writing Center is equipped to offer assistance to writers whose texts are on paper, in electronic form, or are still in the formative stages.

Advising

Freshman Advisers
Lindsey Wilson provides a staff of four full-time Freshman Advisors to work with freshmen during their first year in college. The Freshman Advisers are also located in Everett Hall.   Freshmen are assigned to a Freshman Advisor or to a faculty advisor.  Freshman Advisors teach many of the Freshman Seminar classes, monitor class attendance and academic performance, coordinate study halls, evaluate testing results, conduct periodic surveys of student needs, participate in campus social activities with freshmen, assist students with course selection and registration, and meet regularly with their advisees.  See Freshman Year Experience for additional information.

Faculty Advisers
Many freshmen and all other students are regularly advised by full-time faculty members. The primary responsibility of the adviser is to provide assistance and support that will help students become successful college graduates.  Advising can take many forms:  Goal setting -- for educational and career goals, and understanding the culture and expectations of the college; Providing support in planning a program consistent with a student's interests and abilities, monitoring academic progress, and integrating the resources of the institution to help an advisee succeed; Interaction -- both inside and outside of the classroom are opportunties to develop a reciprocal professional relationship; and Role Modeling -- faculty serve as model professionals in their disciplines and as advocates for students.

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