Tutoring delivers individual subject-specific academic support aimed at improving students' understanding of the material and assisting them in becoming independent learners.
Academic Success Center offers tutoring in most of the undergraduate subject areas. Tutoring is provided by undergraduate peer tutors who have mastery of course material and are passionate about helping their fellow students succeed. Tutoring is available on a walk-in basis Sunday through Friday (appointments are welcome). For information or to make an appointment, call (810) 762-9775 or e-mail academicsuccess@kettering.edu

Students are expected to PERSIST

P_repare - bring any relevant textbooks, class materials, and notes
E_ngage - actively participate in the session
R_equest - schedule sessions regularly so that you receive sufficient assistance
S_tudy - do homework consistently; attempt problems before coming to the tutoring session
I_nquire - ask about other support services ASC may have to assist you
S_pecify - come with specific questions; tutors do not simply reteach lessons
T_ry - don't give up when you feel lost and confused; reach out to other Bulldogs for help

Tutors are expected to give CARE

C_onfidentiality - what happens between a tutor and a student, does not leave ASC
A_ttention - tutors provide students with undivided attention during the tutoring session
R_esources - tutors direct students to additional resources
E_mpowerment - tutors will help with homework, but will not do it for the students

Spring 2014 tutoring schedule

Individual tutoring (3-322 AB)

In individual tutoring students receive up to 45 minutes of individual attention.
Monday - Thursday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Study @ Sunset (Sunset Cafe CC)

Open group study with tutors on duty available to answer brief questions.
Monday - Thursday, 6 - 8 p.m.

Contact Us

3-322 AB
1700 University Avenue
Flint, MI 48504
810-762-9505 (fax)

ASC Mission

The Academic Success Center provides holistic academic support to all Kettering students to help them become successful independent learners and achieve their educational goals.