Academic Support Center
The Academic Support Center (ASC) provides a wide range of academic services to undergraduate students. The ASC is located in the Office of Undergraduate Academics on the 9th fl of the Howe Center.
Academic Support Center Services
Request a Tutor
Individual & Small Group Tutoring For Specific Academic Challenges. Free Individual tutoring provided by skilled upperclassmen & graduate students. Before completing the request for a tutor, you must carefully read the responsibilities and the requirements regarding the free tutoring services provided by the ASC.
Learn more about requesting a tutor
Drop-in Tutoring Center
Located on the first floor of the Library, in Sam’s place, the tutoring center offers tutoring support to undergraduate students on a drop-in basis.
Become a Tutor
The role of the tutor is to supplement the tutees' classroom experience by helping them understand subject matter that is unclear.
Peer Leader Program
The goal of the Peer Leader Program is to provide an opportunity for new first-year students to connect with mentors who are knowledgeable about Stevens.
Workshops on Study Skills, Time Management Strategies that provide tips to help you manage your time, take better notes, study more effectively, improve memory, take tests, and handle the stresses of college life.
Freshmen Quiz Review
Quiz & exam reviews for select freshmen level courses conducted by qualified tutors.
Academic Success Workshops
Workshops are FREE for all current Stevens students! Advance registration is encouraged. To register, email the Academic Support Center at [email protected].
Contact the ASC
Questions or comments about the Academic Support Center can be directed to:
Assistant Director of Academic Support Center
Howe Center, 9th fl
Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Academics and Director of Academic Support Center
Howe Center, 9th fl
Students at Stevens have the benefit of two advisors to support and guide them throughout their academic journey. Each school has academic advisors available to students from their first semester to their senior year. In addition, students are assigned a faculty advisor based on their major to advise on field- and career-specific matters, especially during students’ junior and senior years. In programs without academic advisors, students are fully supported by their faculty advisor.