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Study 911

Academic support to help students achieve.

If you are struggling with your grades and need tutoring services, UTC offers a number of resources to help you achieve your academic goals. The first step is asking for help.

Talk to your professors. Many of the academic departments have tutors on staff to assist students who need help in class. Your professors will be able to inform you of what services are offered and how you can take advantage of them.

Also, check out these resources available to students across campus. If you aren’t sure if an office can help you, call! If they cannot meet your need, they should be able to point you in the direction of someone that can.


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Center for Advisement and Student Success

Location: 108 University Center
Dr. Mary Roland
mary-roland@utc.edu
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone: 425-4573

Provides academic advisement for assigned freshmen, pre-majors, and students having academic difficulties. Advisors assist students in selecting a major, registering for courses, understanding university policies, and connecting to campus resources. The Center also provides tutoring, supplemental instruction, assistance with study skills, and workshops to improve academic success.

 

Counseling and Personal Development Center

Location: 338 University Center
Dr. Nancy Badger
nancy-badger@utc.edu
Office Hours: Intake Schedule 9 a.m. – noon; 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Phone: 425-4438

Offers personal and career counseling to currently enrolled students. Intake persons are seen on a first-come, first-served basis and waiting is usually no longer than about 20 minutes. If you are unable to come during intake hours feel free to call for an appointment. Most importantly, our services are confidential and free, except for testing. You can talk about choosing a major, adjustment to college life, marital/relationship stress, career/vocational issues, family, anxiety, depression and grief, stress management, test anxiety, study skills, crisis intervention, substance abuse, breaking destructive habits, compulsive
behaviors, and time management.

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College of Business

The College of Business has put together a collection of tutoring services designed especially for business majors. These include Accounting, Economics and Statistics.

Disability Resource Center

Michelle Rigler
michelle-rigler@utc.edu
Location: 110 Frist Hall
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone: 425-4006

Provides academic accommodations for students with disabilities to ensure equal access to all educational opportunities and maximizes their potential regardless of the impact of their disability. Students must provide documentation according to federal guidelines.

Math Plaza

Math Plaza

Dr. Benjamin Kimsey
benjamin-kimsey@utc.edu
Location:
EMCS Building
Office Hours: Monday- Thursday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Phone: 425-4535

The Math Lab provides free tutoring for all students registered in Math courses 123, 131, 136, 144, 145, 151, 210, and 214.

Student Support Services

Shirl Gholston
shirl-gholston@utc.edu
Location:
216 Frist Hall
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone: 425-5235

The Student Support Services program provides tutoring in math and science freshman courses, mentoring to support freshman as they make the transition to UTC, Grant aid awards up to $5,3050 and a textbook lending program. Program offerings also include academic monitoring and opportunities for study skills development and exposure to academic, social and cultural events.

The Writing Center

Dr. Jennifer Beech
Jennifer-beech@utc.edu
Location:
119 Holt Hall
Office Hours: Monday–Thursday 9 a.m.- 6 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Phone: 425-1774

In addition to one-one-one writing tutoring sessions with trained peer writing consultants, the UTC Writing Center provides students with a variety of writing print and online resources: style guides, dictionaries, handbooks, and computers for researching and writing papers. For consultations, we offer students feedback at any stage in their writing processes: understanding the assignment, brainstorming, learning proofreading and editing strategies, early and late draft feedback, and help learning research and documentation strategies.

UTC Library

Theresa Liedtka, Dean of Library
Theresa-Liedtka@utc.edu
Virginia Cairns, Head of Reference and Instruction
Virginia-Cairns@utc.edu
Library Circulation: 425-4501
Library Reference: 425-4510
Email: ask-a-librarian@utc.edu

The Lupton Library provides print, AV and online materials, current technology, and study spaces to meet the research needs of the UTC community. Our knowledgeable and helpful staff is always willing to help you locate the information you need to complete your research assignments, term papers or projects. Current hours, contact information and access to all of our resources are available on the website

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