Throughout the fall and spring semesters of the first year advisors provide academic intervention and assist with Early Alerts for those students who are identified as being academically at-risk. Moreover, the advisor will also conduct campus-wide grade checks in order to evaluate progress and assess the student’s next semester schedule.
Tutoring is a vital component to a student’s success. Many students who need academic intervention will find that tutoring is a great out-of-class resource. Tutoring is provided all over campus including:
- The Gen. Ed Tutoring Center 719.549.2581
The Gen. Ed Tutoring Center, located in LARC 251, provides students with tutoring in all Gen. Ed. subjects.
- Humanities and Social Sciences tutoring: 719.549.2756 by appointment only
- History, Psychology, & Foreign Languages
- Science Tutoring: 719.549.2290 by appointment only
- Biology, Chemistry, & Physics
- Writing Room 719.549.2581
The Writing Room is located in LARC 251. Tutors are available for one-on-one sessions from 8 am to 5 pm M-F. Writing Room tutors can help students with:
- research papers
- letters or recommendation
- creative writing
- all types of writing
Students can also submit work via the Online Writing Lab and receive feedback from tutors within two business days. Click in the link below for more info.
- Math Learning Center 719.549.2189
The Math Learning Center, located in PM 132, is a place for students to work on homework and receive help on a walk-in basis. All students are required to complete at least one Quantitative Reasoning General Education math class so there will be a need to take advantage of this tutoring resource. Below is the Spring 2009 Math Learning Center hours:
- Monday 8:30-5:00
- Tuesday 8:30-4:00
- Wednesday 8:30-5:00
- Thursday 8:30-4:00
- Friday 8:30-3:00
- Saturday 11:00-3:00
- Student Support Services 719.549.2111
Student Support Services is federally funded through the TRiO Grant and is located in the Library & Academic Resourse Center – 351. Eligible students can receive many services including:
- Academic counseling
- Financial Aid assistance
In order to be eligible, visit Student Support Services.
First-Year Programs can also help students with their time-management, study skills, goal planning and major changes.