Academic Support Center

Undergraduate Services

The ASC is located in the Office of Undergraduate Academics in the Edwin A. Stevens Building Room 119.

The Academic Support Center (ASC) provides a wide range of academic services to undergraduate students:

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.)

WALK-IN TUTORING CENTER: Located in Library Room 306, the tutoring center offers tutoring help to undergraduate students on a walk-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 MENTOR PROGRAM: The goal of the Peer Mentor Program is to provide an opportunity for new first-year students to connect with mentors who are knowledgeable about Stevens.

RESOURCES: 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.

FRESHMAN QUIZ REVIEWS: 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].

Send All Questions & Comments to:

Kamal Tamna
Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Academics and Director of Academic Support Center
Edwin A. Stevens Building
Room 119
Phone: 201.216.8248
Fax: 201.216.8326
[email protected]

SPRING 2016 Workshops

Wednesday, February 3
Getting Organized & Setting Goals
Now is the time to put a plan together for a successful semester by brushing up on your organizational skills & basic strategies for setting goals
5:00PM in Room: EAS-229A

Wednesday, February 24
Time Management & Avoiding Procrastination
Learn ways to manage your time more efficiently along with strategies to overcome procrastination in order to make the most of your time each day
5:00PM in Room: EAS-229A

Wednesday, March 9
Academic Success Strategies
Develop the effective study skills you need to do your best this semester
5:00PM in Room: EAS-229A

Wednesday, April 13
Preparing for Final Exams
Learn strategies for maximizing your study time and doing your best on your exams
5:00PM in Room: EAS-229A