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Academic Success Center
The Academic Success Center is the place to be.
The Academic Success Center will be conducting tutoring with both virtual and in person sessions available — students can stop in to the Academic Success Center, email Justin.Good@mail.wvu.edu, or call 304-788-7107 to request an appointment. Alternatively, students can schedule an appointment online.
Justin Good - Professional Math Tutor
English tutoring will be conducted by English Instructors in the the Writing Center,
for more information,
visit the Writing Center webpage.
Peer tutors are students are have been carefully selected, trained and monitored to provide the highest quality of service. We are always looking for students to serve as peer tutors. If interested, please see the Program Coordinator.
The Center will be open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Dedication, talent, and training combine to make the Academic Success Center's tutors extraordinary people. Tutoring sessions can be scheduled on an individualized or group basis. Tutors are available for most subject areas. We will make every attempt to find a tutor in a timely manner for those subjects that are not covered. In addition to course content tutoring, student skills development assistance is provided on an individualized and small group basis upon request.
Tutoring is our most requested service. Please be considerate and cancel if you are not able to keep your scheduled appointment. Repeated "no shows" may affect your ability to be scheduled for future appointments.
Receiving tutoring is a process of learning. It is best that this service not be used simply to "pass the next test".
Tips for Working with Tutors:
- Keep your scheduled appointments and be ready to work when your tutor arrives.
Write down information about your assignments, have a copy of the study guide
and bring your textbook and class notes.
- Your tutor will not do your homework for you. They will help you to learn, not
help you to avoid hard work.
- Prepare beforehand. Formulate specific questions.
- Be ready to concentrate.
- Be clear about what you want.
You can request a tutor by sending a written request via email to Justin Good at Justin.Good@mail.wvu.edu . Please include your name, subject area of difficulty, and your telephone number.
Early Alert System
It is important for students to be aware of their academic progress in classes early in the semester so there is ample time to correct the situation. View how you can track your progress below:
Placement is the way we decide which courses are best for you. View more information on Placement testing below: